Episode 03 - Tasty Honduran Pacas with Benjamin Paz
Episode three brings us to a tiny town called Peña Blanca. Here, tucked into the rugged mountains are families who subsist off of their coffee crops. The coffees here are spectacular, especially the Pacas and Bourbon cultivars. In fact, there’s a few coffees on the menu at 49th right now that is a great examples.
I talk to Benjamin Paz, who has been a conduit of positive change in his community, with more and more people interested in...
Episode 02 - Coffee Culture and history in Nariño’s home kitchens
For this episode, you're a fly on the wall in a couple family kitchens, catching a glimpse of life in the coffee lands.
In episode 2 we go to two different kitchens in Nariño, first with the Palacios family, as Maria Alejandrina makes the famous Sandoná woven hats, and then in the kitchen of Ana María in Tasnaque, where we talk about colonial history, and the rise of the smallholder farmer in the face of a government...
Coffee Stories by 49th Parallel
Episode 01 - On Colombia and Sourcing with Tyler Youngblood
Narratives from the flipside of your morning cup - These are real and compelling stories from coffee movers and shakers, who had the courage and passion to share what it really takes to bring beautiful seasonal coffees worth celebrating into our lives everyday.
What does a ghost writer working remotely in Argentina have in common with one of the most up and coming specialty coffee exporters in...