Ricardo Perez has been farming coffee in Costa Rica for over two decades. He has been expanding operations at the mill to include the production of Cascara. Cascara is the dried, naturally sweet husk of the coffee cherry fruit. With the help of the University of Costa Rica’s School of Food Science and Technology, the mill has perfected this process.
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“Our focus is on creating long-lasting and open relationships with everyone on the supply chain from producers to our customers. Thus ensuring these factors to improve from season to season. We select the farms and producers we work with not by certificates but by actions taken in cultivating coffee. Therefore, we need a trustworthy sourcing partner and for this we have chosen a pioneering coffee importer from Norway, Collaborative Coffee Source to help us in our mission.” - Populus Coffee
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You could say that Abenezer acts as the “middle man,” but in the best of ways. Abenezer’s role in the value chain ensures that we are able to chase the craft of transparent coffee.
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Every visit to the Montes de Oro micro-mill gives us a glimpse at this family’s commitment and dedication to producing incredible coffee. Moreover, it is reflected in the taste of their coffee itself. We’re all too aware that the quality of the coffee we source is a collaborative effort of the producers, millers and individuals who commercialize it. However , to be great and successful, it is imperative to do what you love, which for us is the coffee business.
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