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Where we share our latest coffee ramblings,
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Origin My trip to Honduras, by Paul Benetti My trip to Honduras, by Paul Benetti Origin | 22 Oct 2018 Honduran coffee has been a regular feature in the Veneziano coffee menu over the years, forming part of our Bella and Pure blends. In May this year, our partners at... Read More
Origin My First Origin Trip to Brazil My First Origin Trip to Brazil Origin | 26 Nov 2017 By Josh Gowty, Veneziano Qld Operations Supervisor In August of this year I was given the opportunity to take part in my first trip to origin and travelled to Brazil... Read More
News Origin Trip to Peru Origin Trip to Peru News | 8 Sep 2017 By Aryan Aqajani, Veneziano Coffee Roaster What I like about specialty coffee is the opportunity to discover and taste amazing coffees from some of the most remote places in the... Read More
Origin My friend grows coffee My friend grows coffee Origin | 29 May 2017 - by Pat Connolly, Coffee Roaster It seems everywhere you turn now in the specialty coffee sphere there is a roaster spruiking their direct trade relationships and their unusually named... Read More
News My first origin trip – India My first origin trip – India News | 13 Apr 2017 - by Gareth Maddock, Coffee Roaster Way back when my interest was first piqued in specialty coffee, the idea of travelling to origin and visiting a coffee farm seemed like... Read More
Origin The link between farming practices and region The link between farming practices and region Origin | 13 Mar 2017 By Kyle Humphries, Veneziano Coffee Roaster Brazil is a fascinating and diverse coffee origin given its sheer size and variety of growing conditions. This past November, I travelled to four of the main regions in which are made up of their... Read More
News Reviving a Region: The Story of Gesha Village Reviving a Region: The Story of Gesha Village News | 5 Mar 2017 — Adam Overton and Rachel Samuel, Gesha Village In the far western reaches of Ethiopia, mere kilometers from the South Sudanese border, lie the dense, wildly sprouting jungles of Bench... Read More
Coffee Training The lowdown on coffee processing The lowdown on coffee processing Coffee Training | 20 Feb 2017 By Jack Allisey, Veneziano Green Bean Buyer Some of the most common questions that we get asked revolve around just what happens to the coffee cherry after it’s picked from... Read More
News Guatemala Finca Colombia: Washed v Natural Coffees Guatemala Finca Colombia: Washed v Natural Coffees News | 16 Jan 2017 This year we purchased three different lots from Finca Colombia - a washed, a honey and an experimental natural. We have now rolled out two of these varieties, the washed and... Read More

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