Monthly Archives: November 2013

 

El Salvador Santa Emilia

El Salvador Santa Emilia

Many times we limit ourselves to working with only the small coffee farmers, our thoughts are that the large growers and estates do not need our assistance.  That is like saying Seattle doesn’t need Microsoft or Boeing.  We are excited to bring you this exquisite El Salvador coffee grown rich in volcanic soil on the [...]
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A Time to Be Thankful

A Time to Be Thankful

We live in difficult times, there is no doubt about that, the economy, loss of work for many people, others underemployed but we are still blessed in many ways and it’s important that we take time to be “thankful” and reflect upon those things.  So, sit back, enjoy a great cup of coffee and reflect. [...]
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Coffee as Missions In Papua New Guinea Part 3

Coffee as Missions In Papua New Guinea Part 3

For those of you who have been following, this is the third and last installment of what coffee as missions looks like with my friends Larry and Aarlie Hull of the Madan Coffee Estate in Papua New Guinea.  Read and be blessed.   PNG UPDATE #3 Sep – Nov 2013 Oct 10 – 20th Aarlie [...]
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The BCS and Cupping Scores

The BCS and Cupping Scores

Here we are in the “crunch” of the college football season and just as in the past the continual argument of who is truly #1 in college football arises.  Much discussion about the flawed system of the poll system, one that is based on computer read outs and biased media that seems to focus on [...]
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Making a Difference in Thailand

Making a Difference in Thailand

Three years ago, through the internet I was introduced to a Vineyard pastor by the name of Jeff Pongsathorn Wangchai who had a passion to work with remote coffee villages in Thailand.  Jeff is also the pastor of Rayong Vineyard.  It started with helping small coffee farmers in these area.  In Thailand, for many years, [...]
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Enjoed some Papua N,ew Guinea Purosa this morning, very nice coffee, full of chocolate, spice and sweet notes.
Enjoying a cup of Sumatra honey processed, amazing how the different wasy of processig can affect the flavor.... https://t.co/Qcvl08ZSoM
Enjoyed a great cup of Sumatra from a friend who works in Indonesia.with the coffee growers. Amazes me how much... https://t.co/a2S261mJYw
Coffee is the common man’s gold, and like gold, it brings to every person the feeling of luxury and nobility.... https://t.co/0vcXCY7xeT
Let's face it, no one wants to drink bad coffee no matter what it supports, there needs to be a balance of great... https://t.co/BToudZebtB
Some coffees are just so much better during the summer. Our Ethiopian Kochere is defihiitey like that. Enoyed a... https://t.co/qAQDIA99wl
Enjoying a French Press of Papua New Guinea coffee this morning. Such a treasure to be sought out in the coffee... https://t.co/gCqUOwJeeb
Sometimes I wonder who comes up with these sophisticated words when describing coffee, I can get through the... https://t.co/KC0K2NgsFL
Congratulations to Larry and Lawanna who had a wonderful write up from their local newspaper in Florida about... https://t.co/hZkqp9EnLl
Sometimes it's importanat to sit down and share a cup of coffee with a friend build a relationhip with a... https://t.co/NFzSPJ1X2p