News and Updates

We are constantly evolving and innovating in our projects to better the world as we see it through specialty coffee. Find out what we are up to this month at Project Origin.

Sustainability at El Arbol

In 2015, Saša Šestić and Claudia Lovo teamed up to purchase land in Dipilto, Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua. This land was previously used to grow commercial grade coffee trees, and both

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Direct Trade

Direct Trade. A term that we have come to know exists but as consumers we may not understand it in its entirety. The purpose of direct trade is to provide

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Harvesting Calendar 2022

Did you know, some of the most special coffees are sourced in advance? You might have heard about many special Project Origin lots but never seen them on our product list. That’s because a big percentage of what we source is sold to roasters who pre-plan their stock before it gets to the product list. If you are looking for something specific or something you consistently need in your blends, talk to your green bean sales representative.

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World Coffee Market

It’s been a wild few months in the global coffee market, and yes, that’s considering the last two years have been pretty wild! So we wanted to share an update with you about what is happening with, and how you can prepare for, two major elements of the specialty coffee supply chain.

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CM Selections Flavour Spectrum

At Project Origin our intention is not to complicate the experience for the coffee taster or cupper. It should be fun, enjoyable and should help you see deeper into the world of specialty coffee and all the variables that have culminated to bring you the final experience.
So, we are launching the CM Selections Flavour Spectrum.

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Harvesting Calendar 2020

Some of the most special coffees get sourced in advance. You might have heard of many special Project Origin lots but never really seen them on our product list. A

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Coffee Forecasting: Part One

recasting green bean purchases can be tricky, like forecasting the weather; it takes a combination of maths and experience and even then you can still get it wrong.

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