Apparently, a rust is infecting many coffee plants and causing some supply worries. Will this keep commodity prices, and the price for a cup of our favorite morning drink high, or will this just be a blip in the global ebb and flow of coffee production?
A woman came into the Buena Vista Roastery yesterday asking for a donation for an event in town…For this customer, I present an interesting run down of the increase in commodity prices and resulting increases in coffee prices.
Many companies and individuals are using coffee as a means to help others. At the Buena Vista Roastery, we have a â€œCoffee for a Causeâ€ program that helps support non-profits, both locally and globally.
Most of us start our day with a cup of coffee. And if you’ve visited the Buena Vista Roastery, you’ve probably tasted one of our Fair Trade Certified coffees. But what exactly is Fair Trade? The short answer is this: knowing the origin of your coffee.
Some of the soaring coffee prices is a result of warming temperatures-more moisture, humidity, pests, damage to the coffee fruit and therefore a reduced supply
Here’s an update on the 13 1/2 year high for green coffee beans. This new milestone just happened on Friday. We at Bongo Billy’s are keeping a keen eye on the market to see when we can expect some relief.
This just in – a new crop of Fair Trade Organic Ethiopia Harrar. A wild strain, the Harrar has been a stalwart seasonal for us at the Roastery in Buena Vista
Nutty, chocolate, herbaceous, flowery, rich, full, fruity, spicy â€“ these are all words we use when attempting to describe that magical flavor of brewed coffee that most of us know all too well. But few of us really know much about the plant itself.
On Valentines Day weekend, a few members of our BV Roastery team attended this years Mountain Regional Barista Competition in Loveland, Colorado. None of us competed (next year, baby!), but we had a really great time, and were totally blown away by the quality of baristas that we saw there.
The video takes you through some of the process of production and generally describes the regions where coffee is grown.