23 Apr '13, 5pm

Q&A: 5 Qs With Trish Rothgeb, New Director Of The Q Exam

Q&A: 5 Qs With Trish Rothgeb, New Director Of The Q Exam

The Q Program is a system for identifying and certifying lots as specialty. A certified Q Coffee scores 80 and above on the SCAA cupping form, is free of primary defects, has no more that 5 full secondary defects. The program is best known for the program that trains and certifies graders to do the work of grading and tasting to identify those specialty lots. In fact, the training is so well known, some are not even aware that there are actually coffees being certified as Q worldwide. A coffee can be Q Arabica, or Q Robusta (newer). The grading and training of grading for Arabica and Robusta are different, but most “Q”s are Arabica graders.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/qa-5-qs-with-the-new-director-of-the-q...

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