27 Nov '14, 7pm

Traditional thinking is that Caturra, a natural mutation of the Bourbon variety, results in superior cup quality,...

Traditional thinking is that Caturra, a natural mutation of the Bourbon variety, results in superior cup quality,...

Traditional thinking is that Caturra, a natural mutation of the Bourbon variety, results in superior cup quality, while the more disease-resistant Castillo, introduced a decade ago by the Colombian research institute Cenicafé, results in higher yields and gives farmers more access to government incentives. But what if Castillo can actually hold its own against Caturra in the cup? What might that mean to U.S. coffee buyers? Or the Colombian coffee industry as a whole?

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2014/10/08/world-class-graders...

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