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The 4th & 5th Generation Story

The 4th & 5th Generation Story

If you are reading this blog then most likely you already know a thing or two about Alma Coffee and our farming, roasting, and brewing methodologies. But...there is only so much you can write on a website before it becomes a novel.  We are so excited to share that Alma Coffee has been featured on the Higher Purpose podcast by Kevin Monroe! This 2 part podcast dives into our story on a deeper level from the perspectives of our 4th and 5th generation coffee farmers. We can't wait to share a little more about ourselves with you. Have any questions,...

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Get to Know Loralai!

Let us introduce you to Loralai! Made in California (Major Cochella Vibes) she is the future of coffee roasting. We sat down with our Master Roaster, Harry to discuss what makes Loralai and Loring so special!  Why did you decide to go with the Loring?  We at Alma believe Loring is the future of coffee roasting. The decision stems from two reasons: USA Made and Low Environmental Impact As a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, it is extremely important to support and do business with US Companies. Each Loring is crafted in Santa Rosa, California by a skilled team of...

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Let's Chat About Our Rebrand!

Deciding to rebrand was not an easy choice...and we have decided to very transparent about it. When you start your own business, you make mistakes, you can't avoid it!    We chose the name Copan Coffee Roasters because Copan, Honduras is where our coffee farms are located we are coffee roasters...duh! Well, turns out Copan does not resonate in the USA, it's hard to pronounce and it's hard to remember.    And our logo? The brown outline of the country of Honduras with a coffee cup in the Copan Region of Honduras...yeap everyone thought it was a weird coffee spill...

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Travel Diaries: Touring an Australian Coffee Plantation

Travel Diaries: Touring an Australian Coffee Plantation

We have been to plenty of coffee farms in the Americas...but Australia?  Jaques Coffee Plantation has 80 acres of coffee farm on flat land and use machinery to harvest all of their coffee.  To sum things up, even all the way around the world, coffee farming alone is not sustainable.

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Travel Diaries: Copan Coffee Takes Australia

Australia Blog Post Copan Travel Copan Update

Travel Diaries: Copan Coffee Takes Australia

Can you imagine, Honduran coffee farmers bringing green bean samples of THEIR coffee, 20 hours by plane to Australia? It is our hopes that these steps help coffee farmers worldwide by continuing to encourage roasters to buy green bean directly from farmers.

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