THE CLOCK IS TICKING…
Do you remember my post Your own coffee plantation where I’ve announced a project which sounded for most people unbelievable?
The project develops perfectly and more and more people asked me for detailed information.
That was the reason I decided to create a spin-off for this project.
From now on you can read all information concerning the coffee plantation here at http://coffee-plantation.eu.
THE CLOCK IS TICKING…
When talking about coffee grading, people generally refer this to coffee quality.
Literally grading means measuring the size.
You own coffee plantation
At night, thinking deeper about the project I tried to imagine for whom this could be an opportunity, challenge or a pleasure to join this project. I don’t want to hand pick people but they must be committed to the goals and the mission. To be a shareholder means carrying responsibility.
Instantly a lot of guys came into my mind because of the variety I’ve experienced. Even if you might be a bit spoiled you can “survive”.
Hi folks. I’m glad to be back and go on writing our coffee-story part 3 – the harvesting.
We already know in detail what coffee is and how coffee farming works, the next step is very close related to the farming process, it might be better to say: it is a part of it.
What is coffee
What is coffee? You already know it? Lucky guy!
I should know as well because coffee is my job, my profession and my passion. But to be honest there exists so much information about coffee I didn’t know before. So let’s dive deep in the first part of the coffee story and let’s explore the root of coffee.
Announcement for the complete coffee story
we’re all coffee lovers. Therefore we’re all interested in this super delicious heaven’s present.
But do we know a lot about coffee, do we know enough, or are we satisfied with our knowledge? I decided for myself that I want to know more about coffee.
The New Normal
Do you remember my Post Stay Tuned with Coffee Events? There’s another secret I’ve kept about staying tuned: Using ordinary business trips to broaden your horizon. Just some couple of …
But please remember: We never enjoy Cappuccino after noon (12:00).