Philippine CoffeeThe Philippines is one of the few countries that produces the four varieties of commercially-viable coffee: Arabica, Liberica (Barako), Excelsa and Robusta. Climatic and soil conditions in the Philippines - from the lowland to mountain regions - make the country suitable for all four varieties. Read More
Philippine CoffeeThe Philippines is one of the few countries that produces the four varieties of commercially-viable coffee: Arabica, Liberica (Barako), Excelsa and Robusta. Climatic and soil conditions in the Philippines - from the lowland to mountain regions - make the country suitable for all four varieties.
COFFEE PROCESSING: A TOP DEMANDOctober 19, 2017
The Philippine Coffee Board Inc (PCBI) or simply “The Coffee Board” is on its 15th year as a ”go-to” organization for everything coffee related and most specially the promotion of Philippine coffee here and abroad. In their site, inquiries for the upcoming summit are mostly from people wanting to learn more about coffee production. The coffee… Read More
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About the philippine coffee boardThe Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI) is a private sector-led group established in May 2002 as the National Coffee Development Board. The goal of the Coffee Board is to develop and promote the Philippine coffee industry through technical assistance and credit programs for coffee farms; and through marketing and promotions of coffee for domestic and export markets.
The Ultimate coffee guide
The Ultimate Coffee Guide is the official publication of the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc.
We feature success stories, equipment, trends, events, and other informative and inspiring information to help boost the Philippine coffee industry.
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Posted on January 10, 2017
Kape Pilipino: Philippine Coffee Board Inc.’s First Annual Cup Quality Competition
March 1-4, 2017
Cavite State University
Anyone engaged in the production of coffee in the Philippines, including but not limited to coffee cooperatives, farmers, processors and exporters.
AwardsRoasters’ Choice Award 2014
Philippine KAPATAGAN ARABICA
1st Runner Up (Syphon Category)
2nd Runner Up (Espresso Category)