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INTRODUCING MWALYEGO COOPERATIVE FROM MT. MBEYA IN SOUTHERN TANZANIA There is exceptional variety to be found across Tanzania's Southern Highlands. Over the past three years, and with a lot of help along the way, we were able to cup coffees from many communities - with a focus on Mbeya district. Even where some coffees succeeded on the cupping table, most fell off upon diligence - we were looking to partner with a community that was well organized, well governed, and engaged in making their coffee the best it can be.  Well, we think we found what we have been looking for.   The Mwalyego community, cooperative and wet mill stood out on the table (some crazy fruits & complexity), and held-up...

April 28, 2015
Category: in Monthly Updates
VIEW OFFERINGS //  APRIL 2015 APRIL UPDATE  |  April at Crop to Cup was focused on wrapping up a busy booking season. At the end of it we are looking at a diverse line-up of unique coffees from Sumatra, Ethiopia, Uganda, Mexico and Tanzania - all of which are at some point between the mill and the port right now. A short sigh of relief and weekend of respite for our collective palate (and Proaster).  Not for long, though - arrival samples from Tanzania come in Monday, and by next month we expect first arrivals from Mexico and Uganda. By June you will get to taste what we have been working in on Ethiopia and Sumatra, and in between we are...

March 14, 2015
Category: in News and Events
Find us in the upstairs main lobby, just outside the expo entrance and right across from registration. Click above to put these cupping events on your calendar, and reply to set up a private meeting with someone from Crop to Cup ...
PAPUA NEW GUINEA is in-season and in-store  Call us, email us, or come by - but those interested in interesting coffees should check out what just cleared customs.    If you are receiving this email then you are pre-authorized for a Commercial Account on our website. Log-in to request free samples, see discounted pricing and full product availability, and read cupping notes contributed by other roasters like yourself.  Crop to Cup Coffee Importers 541A 3rd Ave, Brooklyn NY 11215 (+1) 347 599 0053 info@croptocup.com Lahamenegu Washing Station 'Leather in the dry aroma sweetening to lemon & vanilla in the break.  Sweet celery / tomato quality in the cup.  Cools clean with a bit of woodiness.  Solid body and lively citric...
Do something special for your most loyal customers - those who love all of your coffees, even your DECAF! MEXICO, MEX-WATER DECAF Harvest Cycle: Dec - March No. Farmers: Colima Blend of 2 Communities Total Produced: 116 bags Lot Separation:  By community  Varietals: Bourbon, Typica, Garnica Screen Size: 15+ Washing Method: Fully Washed Drying Method: Patio Dried Elevation: 3,000 - 3,500 ft     VISIT CROPTOCUP.COM and get:  Free samples Cupping notes Prices and current availability. SEASONALLY APPROPRIATE CUPPING NOTES  Vanilla            Bran Nutmeg          Oat Walnut           Molasses COLIMA'S 1st INTRODUCTION OUTSIDE OF MEXICO Micro-lots from the state of Colima, brought through the organic Mexican Water Decaf Process, and into the United States for the very first time....
Meet the Latest Addition to the Crop To Cup Family of Green Offerings BURUNDI, BUHORWA WASHING STATION (Lot 1) Harvest Cycle: April - September No. Farmers: 600, Buhorwa Washing Station   Total Produced: 600 Bags Lot Separation: 3 collections centers, cupped by day-lot  Varietals: Bourbon, Jackson Bourbon Screen Size: 15+ Washing Method: Fully Washed Drying Method: Raised beds, Pyramid drying style  Elevation: 5,800-6,200 ft     BURUNDI, BUHORWA CATCH BASIN (Lot 2) Harvest Cycle: April - September No. Farmers: 449, Nyaucambo Collection Center   Total Produced: 534 Bags Lot Separation: Collected from the 4 surrounding hills (Nyaucambo, Migezi, Musumba, Mwegera) Varietals: Bourbon, Jackson Bourbon Screen Size: 15+ Washing Method:  Fully Washed  Drying Method: Raised beds, Pyramid Drying Elevation: 4,800-6,200 ft       ...
Meet the Latest Addition to the Crop To Cup Family of Green Offerings Mexico, Colima, Yerbabuena  Harvest Cycle: Dec - March No. Farmers: 6 member Beneficio   Total Produced: 12 bags Lot Separation:  By community  Varietals: Bourbon, Typica, Garnica Screen Size:  15+ Washing Method:  semi-washed / no fermentation Drying Method: Patio Dried Elevation: 3,000 - 3,500 ft     Click for samples cupping notes, prices and current availability.   Mexico, Colima, Remudedero Harvest Cycle: Dec - March No. Farmers: 8 member Beneficio  Total Produced: 98 bags Lot Separation:  By community Varietals: Bourbon, Typica, Garnica Screen Size:  15+ Washing Method:  Fully Washed, eco-pulper Drying Method: Patio Dried Elevation: 3,000 - 3,500 ft     Click for samples cupping notes, prices and current availability.   Mexico, Colima, Canoas Harvest Cycle: Dec - March No. Farmers: ...
Meet the Latest Addition to the Crop To Cup Family of Green Offerings Sumatra, Silimakuta  Harvest Cycle: Feb - May (fly) No. Farmers: 226 Total Produced: 250 Bags Lot Separation: By screen size at mill Varietals: Jember (S-795), Typica, Sigararutang Screen Size: 16+ Washing Method:  Giling Basah Drying Method: Solar bed, dried to 30% then wet-hulled, then dried to 13% before bagging Elevation: +/-4,600 ft     ...
Ethiopia: After the Harvest   Resa Cooperative in Wenango District of Ethiopia - in the Off-Season. This farm truck sits in front of the storage barn / dry mill for the 2,700 farmer-strong, Yirgecheffee Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union Member. As one of the more competitive coffee origins in the world, most purchasing in Ethiopia is done before the first cherries are picked. Buyers line up contracts with their exporters, who in turn, are waiting for the bell to ring on the ECX floor in Jan, to secure volume and fulfill their contracts for the buying season. This is how most business is done. If importers aren’t working through an exporter who buys off the ECX, they’re purchasing through a Union. Of over 300 unions registered...
Meet the Latest Addition to the Crop To Cup Family of Green Offerings Tanzania, Lubanda AA, AB & PB Harvest Cycle: July - October No. Farmers: 167, Lubanda Cooperative Association   Total Produced: 534 Bags Lot Separation: Members of Lubanda Cooperative, blended by grade for export volumes.  Varietals: Bourbon Screen Size: AA (Sc17+), AB (Sc16+), & PB Washing Method:  Hand-Pulped / Fully Washed Drying Method: Dried on raised beds  Elevation: 4,900-5,300 ft     ...