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Bean There & Co. is australian based company and it’s mission is to deliver to our customers the world’s finest coffees…guaranteed!
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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Y’all know I’m not a fan of washing/drying my hair…too time consuming and time is definitely something I don’t feel like I have a lot of here lately (extra time that is!). So when a product is so good that I actually want to wash my hair, watch out world! Since we moved, I haven’t gotten “ready” very much since I’ve mostly spend everyday painting or doing some sort of home project. When I actually have had the chance to...

The increasing volatility of the Arabica coffee market has during the last few years pushed more than just producers to scratch their heads trying to understand what is going on. And from growers to trade, analysts and roasters the name of the game is volatility and how can you possibly try to maintain a business without any idea of where prices are headed? The answer is you can’t and no-one has been able to answer the million-dollar-question as to just...

Now that I’m a mom, I need products that pull double duty. Well actually, don’t we all mom or not? I love testing products out and trying new things, but I am very adamant on the “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” mentality when it comes to certain things. Dawn dish liquid being one of them. We use this product A LOT in our house for a variety of things. Now, if you google uses for Dawn, you can...

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Ecuador invests in coffee Ecuador invests in coffee From the June 2014 issue. Coffee growers in Ecuador are looking to triple their production over the next decade thanks to ambitious government programs. It’s been less than five years since the first micro lots from Ecuador’s new farms in Pichincha scored 92 points, and attracted the attention of specialty roasters. These roasters, however have had slim pickings from South America’s smallest coffee grower. Over the past few years, the country has clocked a steady 600,000 to...

Funds in coffee price vulnerability From the July 2012 issue. Much of the recent roller coaster ride of coffee prices has been blamed on funds. A look at recent history of fund participation highlights their role in price vulnerability. Coffee price roller coasterAt the height of the coffee crisis in 2001 and 2002, when Arabica futures had crashed to historic lows of just 38 US cents per pound, investment funds made a collective exodus from what was clearly becoming an unattractive market. Some...

MARKET ANALYSIS: SpillingTheBeans is Back in Brazil — And The 2015-16 Brazil Coffee Crop IS In Trouble at 44M-45M Bags The new coffee harvest in Brazil is officially underway but climate change has once again cut dramatically into the forecast and the new crop is unlikely to produce more than 47-48M bags at the most. Further losses could emerge both to the Arabica crop across Minas Gerais from two years of aumulated drought damage and the Conilon-robusta crop in Espirito Santo....

Puerto Rico targets new markets From the September 2015 issue. One of the world’s first coffee-producing nations, Puerto Rico has survived more trouble than most. Now growers are finding new ways to make sure the industry can thrive. Visitors to Puerto Rico’s Yauco coffee region will, on any given day, be spellbound by the stunning beauty of the deep blue, rugged mountains stretched out across the southwestern part of the Caribbean island. Long considered one of best bean growing regions in Puerto Rico, Yauco...

hh Brazil’s Coffee Growers, Cashing in on Sustainable Efficiency Since coffee was first introduced to Brazil in 1727 production would quickly grow to take on major importance. For 175 years Brazil has been the world’s biggest grower and exporter of coffee and in the last few years the booming local coffee culture has made Brazil the second largest consumer after the U.S. as well. Despite two years with severe drought, producers are doing better than many in the market anticipate. And even...

Colombian coffee’s miraculous recovery From the March 2015 issue. Three years after producing the smallest crop on record in 50 years, the South American coffee nation has reclaimed its spot as the world’s third largest coffee producer. As Brazil continues to struggle with drought, the market is increasingly looking to Colombia for salvation. It was as close to a champagne moment as industry officials can experience in coffee. When Colombia’s final figure for the last 2013-14 harvest came in, production had closed at 12.12...