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Gender equality in the coffee supply chain

In most areas, the equal balance between men and women and other genders continuously varies greatly. The coffee supply chain is no exception. Coffee activists and leaders are doing their best to build a positive environment and the most meaningful and valuable balance for the coffee supply chain. Let's Learn the Gender equality in the coffee supply chain with Helena! Gender equality in the coffee supply chain To understand how far the world is going in building gender equality, let's look at …
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Coffee Production In Costa Rica

Coffee Production In Costa Rica - Costa Rican coffee has been cultivated since the late 1700s. This is the first Central American country to have a fully developed coffee industry in all aspects. By the 1820s, coffee was the main agricultural export of great economic significance. Costa Rica's coffee production significantly increased when the train route to Puntarenas was completed in 1846. It allowed farmers to quickly bring coffee from their farms to the port of Oxcarts. Learn about how Costa Rican …
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The Historical Revolution of Espresso

The Historical Revolution of Espresso: Why can Espresso transform from an everyday drink of relatively small value into a drink of cultural value and charged a high price?Italian-style coffees, the source of the outbreak of this transformation, have become so popular in many European coffee cultures that they affect not only the cafe sector but also consumption at home, through which Starbuck has built a global empire solely from Espresso extract – something that has never been seen before in …
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Honey process coffee: Weet sells method

Honey process coffee: Weet sells method -  The semi-wet coffee processing method, also known as the Honey method, originated in Costa Rica because of its effectiveness in improving coffee quality. This method is widely applied in Central American countries and presents a solid foundation. The word "honey" refers to the coffee processing method and is sometimes misleading. No honey ingredients are used in all stages of the process. With the semi-wet pre-processing method, the harvested coffee cherries are removed from the skin and part …
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Roasting Coffee Phases: Physical Changes During Coffee Roasting

Roasting Coffee Phases: Physical Changes During Coffee Roasting -  In the previous article, we learned about the levels of coffee roasting and the typical flavor of each group. Then come to this article, let’s find out with Helena Coffee to see how, during the roasting process, the coffee beans will undergo physical changes. Colors in coffee roasting phases The first stage of roasting is known as the “drying phase” of the beans, although throughout the roasting process, the moisture content of the beans …
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Arabica coffee: The journey to conquer the world’s taste

Arabica coffee: The journey to conquer the world’s taste - They were dubbed as Adam and Eve of the world coffee village. Arabica appears in many coffee anecdotes in the kingdom of Kefa, with more than 1000 years old. Over time, Arabica coffee beans have conquered even the most demanding customers. In the article below, let’s discover what achievements the “old man” Arabica possesses! Origin Of Arabica Coffee There are many anecdotes spread about the origin of Arabica coffee. However, up to now, no story …
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Benefit of coffee: How to drink coffee for health?

The benefit of coffee: How to drink coffee for health? - Create your coffee drinking habits below to ensure health benefits. Coffee health benefits The argument for coffee is stronger than ever. According to study after study, you may be getting more out of your favorite morning beverage than you thought: Coffee contains substances that may help protect against conditions more common in women, such as Alzheimer's disease and heart disease. When you think of coffee, the first thing that comes to mind …
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Fun fact about coffee? It takes up to 18 coffee trees to serve you 2 cups a day!

Fun fact about coffee? It takes 18 coffee trees to serve you 2 cups of coffee a day for a year and lots of other fun facts. Check out the cute illustrations below from Ilovecoffee.jp.  1. Two kernels are in one coffee bean: [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Fun fact about coffee? It takes up to 18 coffee trees to serve you 2 cups a day![/caption] 90% of a coffee fruit will contain two kernels, surrounded by a thin outer skin (Outer skin) and …
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Liberica Coffee – Origin & Biological Characteristics

Liberica Coffee – Origin & Biological Characteristics: More than 120 species of coffee have been identified in the genus Coffea. Producers, traders, roasters, baristas, and consumers will be primarily familiar with two of these: Arabica and Robusta. What is Liberica Coffee? However, the third species after these two is mainly grown in Southeast Asia: Coffea Liberica. Today, it is the main species of coffee grown in Malaysia and the Philippines (philippine coffee). So, where did Liberica come from? How does it taste? And could it become more popular in the …
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Coffee varieties: Timor Hybrid – Helena., JSC

Coffee varieties: Timor Hybrid – Helena., JSC: On the island of East Timor, in the 1920s, a scientifically impossible coffee variety was born – the Timor Hybrid. Somehow, Coffea arabica and a Coffea canephora (Robusta) crossed and produced a natural hybrid, an Arabica coffee plant containing the robust disease resistance gene of the Robusta strain. Coffee varieties Timor Hybrid – Helena., JSC: Natural Timor Hybrid coffee tree In terms of terminology, in some documents, Timor Hybrid is also known as HDT (short for Hibrido de Timor ) or Tim Tim (short for Timor Timur – Indonesian), …
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Arabica coffee varieties – SL28 | Coffee from Vietnam – Helena., JSC

Arabica coffee varieties - SL28 | Coffee from Vietnam - Helena., JSC: SL28 is one of Africa's most popular and appreciated Arabica varieties. From its first cultivation in Kenya in the 1930s, it was not long before SL28 was widely distributed throughout other parts of Africa (particularly the Arabica growing regions of Uganda) and now Latin America. Arabica - SL28 variety is suitable for medium to high altitudes and shows good drought resistance, but is susceptible to significant coffee diseases ( rust, Berry disease & nematodes...) [caption id="" …
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Caturra Coffee – Origin & Biological Characteristics | Caturra Coffee in Vietnam – Helena., JSC

Caturra Coffee – Origin & Biological Characteristics | Caturra Coffee in Vietnam – Helena., JSC: Caturra coffee is a natural mutation of the Bourbon coffee variety, with a genetic modification that makes the plant dwarfism. Due to its natural origin from Bourbon coffee trees (Arabica varieties), Caturra fully inherits the yield and quality advantages of coffee beans. From farmers to traders, baristas and lovers to enjoy coffee are all familiar to Caturra as a potential variety for Specialty Coffee. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="4896"] Caturra Coffee – Origin & Biological Characteristics …