FEATURE: AVPA Organizes the 7th International Contest for Coffees Roasted at origin

AVPA, Agency for Agricultural Product Valuation, is a non-profit non-governmental organization, primarily composed of producers and passionate about taste.

Author
Coffee Science Center
Date
October 15, 2021
Categories
AVPA
International
Coffee
Feature

Coffee Heritage Project invites all local coffee producers and coffee roasters..

JOIN NOW! The prestigious 7th International Contest of Coffees Roasted at Origin AVPA PARIS 2021.

It is in Paris that the jury of the 7th AVPA International Contest of Coffees Roasted at Origin will meet. It will undoubtedly receive hundreds of coffees roasted with love and passion in their country of origin, in their exceptional terroirs. More than 30 producing countries, from Brazil to Rwanda, from Togo to Colombia, from Peru to Philippines.

AVPA contest has made a remarkable place for itself in the professional scene and in the imagination of exceptional producers who achieve excellence by becoming processors and tasters of their own production.

At the end of this technical stage, coffee professionals will be invited to come and taste the winning coffees at the AVPA PARIS headquarters to participate in the determination of the best ones, which alone will receive the precious gold, silver or bronze medals.


Tap link to watch AVPA PARIS video, https://bit.ly/3ACVrAQ

For more details on how to join, https://www.avpa.fr/cafes-en

Read more

Read

Brewing again: The Manila Coffee Festival

After a two-year hiatus, The Manila Coffee Festival, the Philippines’ pioneer annual coffee lifestyle event is back

Read

FEATURE: Young IP farmers set out to prove that coffee farming goes hand in hand with forest conservation

Daniel Maches and Ricky Lacbogan, believe that coffee farming can be a lucrative venture that can also encourage rainforest conservation.

Read

Coffee's Next Generation of Farmers

As millions of ageing farmers set to retire, they are looking to their children to work on their labor-intensive coffee farms.

Read

VIDEO: How Coffee Is Grown In Tanzania

“What is great about mondul coffee is the environment, the culture of people around it, and its soil.” – James Odhiambo

Copyright © 2021 The Coffee Heritage Project | All rights reserved. | Bespoke site handcrafted by Spruce&Narra.