Daily Grind — Central American coffee
From crop to cup, the coffee growing and harvesting process involves people all over the world. Like any other crop, coffee is grown and harvested according to seasons. The growing process starts during the rainy season. Then, over the course of about nine or ten months, the coffee flowers morph into coffee cherries—enticing, red berries that are then harvested and processed into green coffee beans. The Compass Coffee journey - from crop to cup. So how long does it actually take to get from the coffee farm to your cup? Though the season timing is different across the world, it...