Liberica Roasting Competition in Numbers

Summary of Liberica Roasting Compition 2019

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CoffeeConnoisseurEducation & MasterClasses in Taiwan

CoffeeConnoisseurEducation | MasterClass WaterScience | MasterClass EspressoSensors | MasterClass FilterCoffee

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First Coffeologist Education in Malaysia

Coffeologist Education was conducted for the first time in Malaysia, of which, the six-day CoffeeConnoisseur and two independent MasterClasses took place in Kuching, Sarawak.

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Cross Species Cupping

For the second part of Malaysia’s first Coffee Consulate Coffeologist Meeting, we arranged a unique cupping session for everyone, including members of the press, to take part in a sensory exploration into three different species of coffee: Arabica, Canephora, and Liberica.

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Typica | Taming the wilderness

Typica coffees are the coelacanths of the coffee varieties. They are the origin of cultivated coffee. The history of Typica is closely linked to the Sun King Louis XIV and a courageous naval officer who shared his water ration with a small tree.

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S 795 | Flavour of India

Admittedly, the name does not sound as good as "Bourbon", "Tipica", "Caturra", "Maragogype", "Gesha" and the many other coffee varieties with sounding names.

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Canephora

The second largest coffee in the world is a botanical victim of marketing. End with "100 percent Arabica" and back to real quality statements and real taste sensations. How could around 70 percent of the world's coffee be a quality coffee? A plea for Canephora.

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Bourbon | Rain island in the Indian Ocean

Bourbon is a good name - we know it from vanilla and coffee. The island, from which these foods have their names, is called since 1789 "Île de la Réunion" and is therefore no longer on cards as Bourbon Island findable.

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Liberica | The forgotten kind

An appeal for the renaissance of the sweetest and most aromatic coffee in the world

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Borneo Coffee Symposium and Education for Coffee Farmers in Sabah

The Borneo Coffee Symposium was a very eye opening and meaningful event organised by Earthlings Workshop and Malaysia Coffeology Collective. It was great to see every participant came with so much knowledge and experience of the specialty coffee industry.

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