Monthly Archives: February 2011

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Costa Rica 2011: Part 4

A cloud forest by PAUL MASSARD, BEAN HUNTER Day five of our trip started with a three-hour drive to the Aproceto Pierda Blanca cooperative mill, which is a great little two-year-old community cooperative with 40 members. In total, they farm … Continue reading

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Costa Rica 2011: Part 3

by PAUL MASSARD, BEAN HUNTER Climbing down the ladder The next morning we all (except for Danny) woke at 6 and decided we would go on a quick hike to a near-by waterfall. After we got lost three times, we … Continue reading

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Costa Rica 2011: Part 2

by PAUL MASSARD, BEAN HUNTER Our second day of coffee hunting began with a long drive back through San Jose and up to the West Valley; this is the region of the country where we get our Don Quijote coffee. … Continue reading

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Costa Rica 2011: Part 1

by PAUL MASSARD, BEAN HUNTER We arrived in Costa Rica ready for another adventure and that is exactly what we found. Our first day on the ground was a little confusing as it was Super Bowl Sunday and it was … Continue reading

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Danny Dishes: Why Airplanes?

Does our coffee get transported in airplanes? And why do we use the DC-3 for our logo? Is Danny a pilot? Find out in our first-ever Roasterie podcast. LISTEN NOW: Why Airplanes?

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