AMADEO

From the blog Traveler on Foot, published on February 14, 2018 A TRIP TO THE COFFEE SOURCE. I noticed that Kapeng Barako has been out of stock in our neighborhood grocery store since New Year. I wondered what’s taking the delay to replenish the grocery shelves with ground coffee. Could be that stores were hoarding their stocks in… Read More

COFFEE CONSUMPTION RISING

Daily habit costs us P7 Billion in imports. The Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI) recently announced the rising consumption in coffee of Filipinos- in all forms be it roast and ground, instant or specialty. “We are now at 170,000 MT per year, says Guillermo “Bill” Luz, Founding trustee of the country’s premiere coffee organization. “When… Read More

ASEAN COFFEES AT GREEN BEAN AND ROASTED COFFEE EVENT

The Indonesian Embassy is holding a Green Bean and Roasted coffee tasting session on November 21, 2017 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Makati. In the spirit of the ASEAN celebration, the Asean Coffee Federation (ACF) through its local counterpart, the Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI) will be assisting the Embassy in the activity. “The Indonesian… Read More

COFFEE AND TOURISM

From SunStar Davao by Ace June Rell S. Perez / Photo by RJ Lumawag   TOURISM can be a ticket to promote Philippine coffee. This is the direction of the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc. (PCBI) as bared by its President Pacita Juan. “To promote the coffee industry, our direction now is to push for coffee… Read More

COFFEE ORIGINS

The come-on is the free coffee, but Coffee Origins has always been about more than that. Since 2002, coffee afficionados have been looking forward to this multi-day coffee festival every October. Originally named Coffee Break, it is the brainchild of the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc. (PCBI) led by founding trustee and current director Guillermo “Bill”… Read More

INVESTING IN LIBERICA

According to the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report on the Philippines Coffee Situation and Outlook for 2011, there were only 933,034 mature Liberica coffee trees compared with the overall 84,544,625 trees as of 2010. There is a growing awareness for this robust-flavored bean, though, that has gradually steeped into the… Read More

COFFEE BOARD HOLDS 10TH NATIONAL SUMMIT

Department of Agriculture (DA) Undersecretary Evelyn Laviña (third from left) keynotes the 10th National Coffee Summit of pioneer coffee stakeholder Organization—the  Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI)—held recently in Davao City.  The PCBI is also the In Country Partner (ICP) of the Coffee Quality Institute (CQI) the esteemed institution which gives quality coffee a grade through… Read More

COFFEE PROCESSING: A TOP DEMAND

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

THE PHILIPPINE COFFEE NETWORK

Since its inception, the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc. (PCBI) has worked with coffee people from seed to cup. From planting a seedling, to nourishing the plants, to harvesting to processing and finally drinking the brew, the Philippine Coffee Network (PCN) had grown for almost two decades into a community that has been part of PCBI’s… Read More