Month: October 2019

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Gautemalan Huehuetenango

Huehuetenango covers an area of 7,403 square kilometres (2,858 sq mi) in western Guatemala and is bordered on the north and west by Mexico.  The area was occupied by the Maya civilization since at least the Mesoamerican Early Classic Period. On the warmer lower slopes the primary crops are coffee, sugarcane, tobacco, chile, yuca, achiote […]

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HOW THE WORLD CAME TO RUN ON COFFEE BY DAVID ROBSON

http://www.bbc.com/future/bespoke/made-on-earth/how-the-world-came-to-run-on-coffee/ HOW THE WORLD CAME TO RUN ON COFFEE BY DAVID ROBSON It’s a rich dark liquid that flows across the world and greases the wheels of our economies. It’s one of the most traded commodities. And there are fears that, with a seemingly irrepressible demand, we may one day run dry. No, I’m not […]

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Vanilla Nut

One of the most popular tasting coffee beans is vanilla flavor that adds just the right amount of sweetness to every cup, turning ordinary coffee into a decadent delight. My first take (10/3/19) on this flavored coffee bean after a fine grind ranks among the best tastes yet.

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