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Tbt: Old Peru

Snuck this one in late. It’s been a super busy time; we’re literally working “half” days, you know, 12 hours a day. The joy of being self employed! Here’s some more from the incredible collection at Museo Larco:

Are You Overdosing on Caffeine? | Outside Online

When I gave up caffeine, the first day was like a scene out of Trainspotting. Picture a grown man balled up on the couch, sweating in November, on the cusp of vomiting, head split right in two. Then a low-grade headache that lasted for a week set in. But I was also sleeping sounder and […]

Machu Picchu Monday

It’s a glorious day in Northwest Arizona. The temperatures are creeping upwards, but it’s still very nice, and the nights are cool. Meanwhile in the tropics of the Sacred Valley:

Tbt: Old Peru

Another week, another amazing look back at Peru’s interesting past through the wonders of the collection at Museo Larco en Lima, Peru. Someone was having a bad day…

Upcoming Coffee Events

Global Specialty Coffee Expo April 11-14, 2019 Boston, MA – Link here. Moscow Coffee Festival Moscow, Russia April 19-21 Link here. (in Russian!) Vietnam International Cafe Show May 2-4 Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam – Link here. European Coffee Expo London, UK May 21-22 Link here. World of Coffee Berlin June 8-10, 2019 Berlin, […]

Machu Picchu Monday

I promised in an earlier post to update the train schedules etc. to Machu Picchu. Well, I’m happy to report that I’ve begun to review the whole trip again as we have friends that want to go, and I should be posting something soon. (Just as soon as I finish my taxes!) Meanwhile, here’s a […]

Coffee Producers Demand Immediate Price Action

Coffee Prices have been mostly falling for the last few years. After the coffee rust devastation in 2012, many farms had low production until the new plants started fully producing. Today, the struggle is to try and increase prices to a level that will allow farmers to continue growing. Via Roast Magazine: A consortium of […]