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Coffee Origin Trips announces upcoming trip to Honduras (February 13th to 22nd)

MILAN – Coffee Origin Trips organises trips to coffee growing countries for coffee professionals to meet farmers, learn ab...

Synergy between coffee and tourism can boost the Ugandan economy

KAMPALA, Uganda – The synergy between the tourism and coffee sub-sectors will be instrumental to getting Uganda’s economy ...

Coffee Origin Trips announces trip to Honduras in February 2019

MILAN – Coffee Origin Trips has announced their programme for next year. Their first trip will be to Honduras in February....

Coffee house tourism initiative in United Arab Emirate’s capital

ABU DHABI, UAE – Beit Al Gahwa (coffee house), an initiative to encourage young Emiratis to take up tourism projects centr...

Honduras’ rich coffee culture is ready to delight international travelers

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Honduras, one the world's leading coffee exporters and home to a multitude of award-winning coffee...

Watch the three new episodes of the talent show Barista & Farmer

Barista & Farmer, the first international talent show dedicated entirely to the world of top-quality coffee, has relea...

Colombian coffee growers tapping into tourism in order to survive

Colombian farmers are known for producing some of the world’s best coffee, but in the western hills of the main growing re...

More than 1,000 people attended the inaugural Blue Mountain Festival

KINGSTON, Jamaica – According to early figures, about 1,100 people attended the first edition of the Jamaica Blue Mountain...

Starbucks opens Costa Rican coffee farm Hacienda Alsacia to visitors

ALAJUELA, Costa Rica — Starbucks Coffee Company opens the doors to its Visitor Center at Hacienda Alsacia, located on the ...

Colombian coffee region embarks on partnership to boost tourism

BOGOTA – Colombia’s main coffee-growing region, the central province of Risaralda, has invested close to 20 billion pesos to boost tourism, Gov. Sigifredo Salazar Osorio told EFE. The funds will be used to promote several programs, some of which involve industry partnerships with the public sector, the governor said at the Colombian Association