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Ethiopia, a Deep Dive

Ethiopia, a Deep Dive

Coffee production accounts for 4–5% of GDP, 10% of total agriculture production, 40% of total exports, 10% of total government revenue as of 2019. Due to its importance to the economy, the Ethiopian coffee industry is susceptible to trials and tribulations of its nation. Thanks to recent pandemic and the domestic Ethiopian conflicts, we’ve only been able to observe its ebbs and flows from a...

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Meet the team: Émilie Coulombe

Meet the team: Émilie Coulombe

Meet the team: Émilie Coulombe Émilie Coulombe is another well-respected member of our team here at Condesa. As well as being part of our coffee sales team, she’s also the Secretary of the International Women’s Coffee Alliance’s Australian chapter. Émilie has been a...

Sourcing alternatives to Colombian coffee for blends

Sourcing alternatives to Colombian coffee for blends

Among many coffee professionals, Colombian coffee has a reputation for its flavour and body. It has a strong presence in the international coffee sector, and has been popular around the world for decades. We’ve been bringing high-quality Colombian coffees to our...

Not just any shipping container

Not just any shipping container

Green coffee is a raw agricultural product that is sensitive to light and moisture. Optimum levels of the latter should be around 11% to 14% once the beans are processed and dried. Beyond these, the coffee’s quality will start to diminish. A stable temperature should...

How does the weather in Brazil affect the global coffee market?

How does the weather in Brazil affect the global coffee market?

Brazil is the largest coffee-producing region in the world, accounting for about one-third of global coffee production. Expert estimates claim the country will produce around 56.3 million bags (3.4 billion kg) of coffee in the 2021/2022 crop year. As it is responsible...

Why is it important to use a high-quality sample roaster?

Why is it important to use a high-quality sample roaster?

A sample roaster is a small roaster, usually with a capacity of less than 300g, that is used to test roast samples of green coffee beans. These are then evaluated for quality, taste and aroma. These small samples are often sent to roasters by a trader or producer, and...

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