These are all the posts that have been tagged with India.
Many may feel that the topic of climate change has been discussed ad nauseam. But the conversation needs to continue because the impact of climate change on both tea and coffee plantations is real. Both industries need to explore strategies to combat the effects of climate change. These strategies include product diversification, agroforestry and better farming practices.
The International Coffee Organisation reported that coffee prices rose significantly in October, with support coming from continuing concerns over Robusta supply.
Illycaffè, family-owned Italian roaster, presented the 1st Annual Ernesto Illy International Coffee Award at the Delegates Dining Room of the United Nations in New York City on 1 November.
Tea tasting and tea blending are a combination of knowledge and artful skills. Highly sensitive sensorial capacities and years of training are required before mastering the art of tea tasting and blending the various teas for creating or maintaining quality cup profiles. By Barbara Dufrêne.
Spotlight: South America; Polyphenols; Yerba mate; Single serve, Logistics/warehouse; Sorting equipment, Special Report: Brazil Part 3, Bonus Show Distribution: PCCA Convention; N.A. Tea Conference; Expo Especiales Latin American Special Edition
Consumer brand Awesome! has launched its first detox tea range after identifying consumer’s desire to lose weight naturally.
The reputation of the fine South Indian black teas is well established in the West and has now started to attract Eastern green tea drinkers, who are keen to discover the complex, distinct regional cups.
Spotlight: Eastern Europe, Guarana; Single Serve; Soluble Coffee; Packaging, Roasting/Grinding/Processing, Origin Highlight: India (Tea), Profile: TBA, Bonus Show Distribution: SCAE World of Coffee; World Tea Expo
Spotlight: Small-Holder Farmers, RTD Tea; Decaf Coffee; Cold Brew Coffee, Origin Highlight: Indonesia (Tea), Tea & Coffee World Cup: Pre-Show Report
The British are well known as tea lovers. United Kingdom residents consumed 153 liters of brewed tea on a per capita basis in retail channels in 2014, well above the global average of 33 liters.
Behind the certification curtain Decaf: committed to quality Adaptation of single serve methods Special report: India part III Origin highlight: India (tea)
Scandinavians are embracing coffee like never before Colombian Coffee, the Scandinavian way Special Report: India part II Darjeeling Teas: beyond compare Specialty Teas 101
Tracing organic coffee back to its roots The art of tea blending Yerba mate finds a new audience Special report: Sri Lanka part II Origin Highlight: India
India & Sri Lanka: The many moods of tea The Chai Phenomenon Regulating tea’s health benefits Guatemala summit addresses Roya crisis Special report: Vietnam part V
US Civil War coffee: history in a cup Singapore success: World Cup review India’s tea exploration Coffee conveying on the move