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How is Gorilla Conservation Coffee changing lives in Uganda?
How is Gorilla Conservation Coffee changing lives in Uganda?

Gorilla Conservation Coffee helped the farmers create the Bwindi Coffee Growers Cooperative. Now the coffee cooperative has 85+ farmers and the chairman of the cooperative sits on the board of GCC. Kanyonyi was named after the little stream where he was born in 1996. The 100% Arabica Kanyonyi Coffee is the first coffee product and named after the former lead silverback gorilla of Mubare Gorilla Group, the first group habituated for tourism at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

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How to NEVER run out of coffee again!
How to NEVER run out of coffee again!

But have you ever been in a situation where you go to your cabinet to grab the coffee bag.. only to remember that you didn’t remember to buy coffee

 

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How is coffee good for you
How is coffee good for you

How can your coffee benefit you in the morning.

Coffee is not just for energy and taste. It can also boost up your immune system and help your health in many different ways. Find out more..

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Coffee Around the World, Pt. 2: Varietals
Coffee Around the World, Pt. 2: Varietals

Many coffee drinkers are unaware of the existence of varietals: different strains of the coffee plant that grow cherries (and beans) with different characteristics. While...

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The Other Caffeine: An Introduction to Tea
The Other Caffeine: An Introduction to Tea

We’ve focused mainly on coffee on this blog (no surprise, giving that coffee is in our name), but in the world of warm caffeinated beverages,...

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