While this year’s harvest was only 35 percent of last year’s, it had little impact on the high-end specialty coffee market. The small yield led to better quality with a higher concentration of high-scoring coffee. Next year’s harvest is projected to be much larger.
Latest harvest arriving soon
Microlots of this year’s harvest have been bagged and brought to containers, loaded onto ships and are wending their way right now from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, across the sea. A variety of Burundian coffees will be arriving in Newark and Oakland by the end of the year.
Because less coffee is available this year, if you’re interested in these shipments, get in touch with me soon for the best sel...