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'Field Notes from Pu’er, China: Coffee Production in the Land of Tea' by SCAA coffee science manager @EmmaBladyka -

Coffee sorting at the Nestlé experimental and demonstration farm, near Jinghong, China By Emma Bladyka, Coffee Science Manager, Specialty Coffee Association of America This spring, I had the opportunity to visit China’s Yunnan Province to tour the region’s coffee farms. Yunnan Province is located in South-Central China and borders Vietnam, Burma, and Laos. It is a tropical region famous for its indigenous populations, green mountains, and (remaining) wildlife. The Tropic of Cancer actually runs through the province, which means this region is at the northern edge of the geographical area known to be acceptable for growing coffee. I had heard of Chinese-grown coffee, but I arrived with minimal knowledge of the market or local practices. We frequently hear about China’s fast-growing contribution to the world economy, so it should come as no surprise that I can confirm that t...

Full article: http://www.scaa.org/chronicle/2013/06/17/field-notes-from...

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