Category Archives: Coffee and Earth

Posts relating to coffee in relation to the real world and the here and now…beyond the cup of coffee in your hand.

Might Specialty Coffee Finally Be Cut Adrift from its Market Moorings?

There’s a lot going on in the world of coffee but the headline right now is this: The internationally traded prices for coffee have fallen dramatically over the past few months while at the same time, the outlook for the … finish reading Might Specialty Coffee Finally Be Cut Adrift from its Market Moorings?

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Some (slightly re-heated) comments on Climate Change (& Coffee)

Warning: This post contains curmudgeonly chest-beating, credit-taking and self-serving horn-tooting that some readers may find objectionable; especially in view of the tragic situation that the author is claiming to have foreseen. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< First the chest-beating: in 1996 I was Christmas … finish reading Some (slightly re-heated) comments on Climate Change (& Coffee)

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