29 Nov '17, 10pm

via @DailyCoffeeNews

via @DailyCoffeeNews

The CoE competition and auction program originated in Brazil in 1999 and is operated by the Portland, Oregon-based Alliance for Coffee Excellence along with in-country partners. The Nov. 26 auction was for “Brazil Pulped Naturals” CoE-winning coffees. On average, the 21 winning coffees sold for $12.75 per pound, breaking the previous average record for Brazil Pulped Naturals or for Brazil Naturals. (An auction for the “Naturals” winners takes place Thursday, Dec. 7.) All but five of the winning lots fetched at least $8 per pound.

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