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We painstakingly search the world over for the highest quality coffee beans. Then, we bring those beans to our home, where we roast them slowly to coax out their unique flavor. So you can enjoy our coffees just the way you like them – delicate, medium or dark. Always SMOOTH – never bitter!

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UTZ Certified to run animal welfare workshop for coffee industry Posted on Tuesday 14th, October 2014. More Sharing ServicesShare|Share on twitterShare on facebookShare on print Kopi-Luwak Coffee UTZ CertifiedUTZ Certified is holding a workshop focusing on the requirements relating to the use of caged animals in coffee production, in Denpasar, Bali on 30 October. Use of the Asian palm civet in the production of Kopi Luwak, which is coffee harvested from the animals faeces, has gained Indonesia global recognition. The famed beans attracting prices...

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This post has been sponsored by Cetaphil®. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I have no shame in spending money on products that work. If a $100 cream is going to make me look 31 years old forever, then you can bet I’m buying it. But what’s even better is  when it’s not $100! #Saywhat? I love drugstore products for not only their affordability, but their ease of access. I absolutely hate running out of something knowing I have to...

Keeping an eye on world coffee stocks From the March 2015 issue. Global coffee markets are bracing for one of the most volatile periods for prices in years. Brazil has no inventories left and climate change and crop pests could contribute to low global output. Meanwhile, global consumption continues to grow. When it comes to the global coffee market, it’s really all about Brazil. Even as the world of coffee has seen prices influenced by anything from oil prices to the economic growth in...

Buencafé is raising the bar in the soluble Arabica market From the November 2015 issue. Colombia’s top soluble manufacturer Buencafé is setting its sights on raising quality further with a higher share of Arabica beans used in soluble blends. When it comes to soluble coffee, no region is more exciting to industry players than the booming instant business across the Asia-Pacific region. From the top boutique markets of Japan and South Korea to the most advanced retailers in Australia and New Zealand, instant coffee...

Buencafé‘s soluble coffee revolution From the July 2014 issue. Buencafé’s latest developments in instant coffee is levelling the playing field between soluble and specialty Buencafe Commercial Director Cristina Madrinan In some coffee circles, words like decaffeinated, Robusta and soluble are associated with the lower end of the quality spectrum. New technology and improved practices, however, have helped a lot of those products shed their stigmas. The Coffee Quality Institute’s certification of Robusta coffee has shown that this bean can, in some cases, can be...

Debating the quality of Natural Arabica coffee From the August 2014 issue. Often regarded as the inferior Arabica, naturals have risen in prominence in recent years. As market volatility continues to surge, so might the importance of Natural Arabicas. Industry circles love to debate what beans provide the best quality in the final cup.Natural Arabicas Coffee The discussion is fuelled by changes in farming and processing practices that are making the hierarchy of beans much less obvious. Some industry experts are now saying that Natural...

As Robusta demand grows, so does Robusta quality From the September 2013 issue. Global Coffee Review examines how the demand for Robusta has been growing hand-in-hand with significant improvements in its quality. Robusta farmers in VietnamThere are many reasons why Robusta has gained popularity in the past few years. Setting aside the fact that it is the Robusta-fed soluble industries in emerging markets and producing countries that have driven an annual average increase in the global coffee market of 2.4 per cent for...

Instant coffee consumption in emerging markets From the March 2013 issue. Demand for Robusta coffee continues to surge forward, fuelled by increased consumption of instant coffee in newer markets. Instant Coffee Robusta demandIn the past decade, the instant coffee market has expanded at annual growth rates of 7 – 10 per cent. In most emerging markets, many industry officials put that growth at 15 – 20 per cent per year. This level of growth – of an already established product – makes instant coffee...

This post has been sponsored by MAM Baby. All thoughts and opinions are my own.Thank you for supporting the brands that bring you CB&BP. In my head, I always have about 1,000,000 ideas for blog posts, pictures, etc., but when I go to write them down, I always forget. I promised myself when I found out I was pregnant with Penelope that this blog wouldn’t become a mommy blog, but that is such a big part of my life now that...