A look into China coffee industry

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The Chinese country is mainly known for its production of tea which has quite a history. But despite its tea-drinking culture, China is in effect a coffee-producing country, now more than ever. Let’s have a look at its coffee history and the current situation of its coffee industry. China coffee history It may sound odd, but coffee in China was already introduced in the late 1800s when it was imported by a French missionary to Yunnan province. China Coffee didn’t get that far until the end of the second millennium … Read more

Coffee Producing Countries – Uganda

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(Updated 2019 September the 27th) I’m starting today with this post about Uganda my blog section about coffee producers and manufacturers around the world. Uganda has been known firstly for the production of Robusta: around the year of 1860, the country could already boast Robusta plants within its territories (this kind of bean grew already spontaneously before it was imported from Ethiopia). Uganda as Coffee Producing Country Uganda is one of the coffee producers that is growing faster between the coffee-producing countries, particularly if you think this increase in production is calculated on an annual base. Nowadays Uganda is … Read more

Coffee Producing Countries – Panama Geisha

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Updated 2019, September the 24th Whether you like it or not (why wouldn’t you?) Panama is the land of coffee, the heaven of coffee. Panama is a country that produces quality over quantity (with less than 1% market share) and it’s up to date on farming and processing techniques from the picking to the processing (wet processing stations and dry mills) as well as transportation. Panama Production Panama produces mostly Arabica beans which grow in the Chiriquí highlands, in the surrounding area of Volcan Baru and in the least-known area … Read more