All About Local Coffee – Part 1

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All About Local Coffee - Part 1

Have you ever set foot in a coffee shop and scrolled through lists of brewed coffees, wondering what made the local coffee in the world? Why is local coffee so special? And why should you care?

We’ll take a look at what elevates this coffee, and we’ll give you a few tips to enhance your experience.

1 source, one house, one farm: what does it mean?

Native is a small phrase with a big meaning. In short, coffee is selected from 1 producer on the same piece of land, one crop in 1 national territory. A single farm is a coffee distilled from a farm, mill, or both.

However, local coffee is more than that. Andra Vlaicu from SCAE added:

“The important thing about local coffee is the origin, the fact that you know where it comes from and what kind of coffee it is, whether to blend or not. Usually, determining the origin of coffee depends on many factors, such as taste is enough to tell this coffee growing area.”

The outstanding development of indigenous coffee

How did local coffee get into the coffee lexicon?

In fact, according to Jeremy Torz, founder and chief executive officer of Union Hand, consumer interest is influenced by the growing number of specialty coffee varieties, offering different brewing methods such as hydraulic press or pouring method.

“Other types of coffee beans can be presented without affecting the core value of expresso, and from there, the local coffee is brought into the world of expresso,” he shares “With the current momentum of the coffee industry and the desire to innovate, it will not be surprising that we will reinvent the whole new coffee experience in the 21st century.”

Indigenous coffee, in particular, stands out because of its history. Andrew Hetzel from CafeMakers, who is a coffee consultant, further explains, “The knowledgeable consumer I’ve met is often looking for a guide to grasp and dig up the subtleties. Sophisticated in the smell and taste that they have experienced with each cup of coffee.

Most users are not equipped with that knowledge nor need, but all can be led to know the great taste of coffee. To achieve this, a coffee roaster will be the most useful companion; it will cover all origins (such as farm, soil, people, weather, climate, and more) as detailed as possible.”

In the spirit of the coffee movement influenced by innovative methods, it should come as no surprise that we see local coffee gain more trust than today.

Market demand with local coffee and transformation

What effect has the growth of indigenous coffee actually had on the production process?

In fact, local coffee is already a strong enough market to influence current coffee growing and picking methods directly. Farmers have developed and improved high-quality coffee varieties to best meet today’s needs by experimenting with selection, growth control, harvest time, coffee handling techniques, and more coffee, etc.


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