The folks at Daterra Farms are steadfast practitioners of an appellation approach to growing coffee. Their attention has been directed toward the interrelationship of varietal and territory. Moreover, they have been stalwart pioneers of employing various methodologies for green coffee processing to attain an array of tasteful results. The farms are located in the sub-tropical [...]
Coffee Origin Gallery
We have worked with the Sinay-Neves Family for many years and have been fortunate to offer their beautiful coffee in our Barrington Gold Espresso as well as a Limited Offering Single Origin Espresso. These pictures are of the Spring 2010 harvest at their Conquista Farm, located at 2,700 feet in altitude in Bahia. The Sinay-Neves family is [...]
This January, Barrington Coffee General Manager Christina Stanton visited the Hawaiian island of Maui and got to spend some quality time with the good people of Maui Grown Coffee. Maui Grown is a farm revitalization project driven by Kimo Falconer on what was formerly the Kaanapali Coffee Estate. We’d like to thank Kimo and crew [...]
This March, Barth had the opportunity to visit the San Raphael farming cooperative in the mountains of the southern Dominican Republic. We first worked with coffee from San Raphael Cooperative back in the 1994 harvest year. We have wanted to visit there for a very long time and we finally made it!
Images from the Haitian Highlands (Photos courtesy of Ben Dobson)
Images From Ethiopia.
Our friend Gordon Clark spent several weeks in 2009 performing relief work in the Kenyan countryside. While there, we connected him with the highly respected coffee trader Mohsin Panju. Mohsin very kindly gave Gordon an inside view of coffee growing, processing, and trading in Kenya. Gordon took these pictures to share with us.