Ibu Nurmawati, 62 years old, has an open door policy on her immaculate home in Blang Kerjeran. Her gate and front door are always open to anyone who needs a word, a cup of coffee, or a rest.  As the village matriarch at the service of her community nestled in the middle of the Aceh highlands, Ibu Nurmawati hasn’t let retirement slow her down and takes seriously her role as a strong figure in her community, particularly as a mentor to other women.

Ibu Nurmawati, 62 years old, has an open door policy on her immaculate home in Blang Kerjeran. Her gate and front door are always open to anyone who needs a word, a cup of coffee, or a rest. As the village matriarch at the service of her community nestled in the middle of the Aceh highlands, Ibu Nurmawati hasn’t let retirement slow her down and takes seriously her role as a strong figure in her community, particularly as a mentor to other women.

An East Timorese coffee worker in Dili, East Timor, January 9, 2010. Photographed by Will Baxter

An East Timorese coffee worker in Dili, East Timor, January 9, 2010. Photographed by Will Baxter

Coffee farmer Danel Womusutu with a young girl who lives in the town. He is part of the Gumutindo Coffee   Cooperative / Foto: Karen Robinson

Coffee farmer Danel Womusutu with a young girl who lives in the town. He is part of the Gumutindo Coffee Cooperative / Foto: Karen Robinson

In Colombia, every step of the production process has human hands. The pickers are the ones who choose the best cherries of the coffee tree, that way we can offer you a delicious cup of the best coffee.

This project depicts the flavor profiles of single origin coffee. Like wine, many different flavor notes can be depicted in a single cup of coffee. Th

This project depicts the flavor profiles of single origin coffee. Like wine, many different flavor notes can be depicted in a single cup of coffee. Th

dynamicafrica:  Four African Women Who Are Changing the Face of Coffee  These four women are at the forefront of change, empowering other women in the coffee industry (clockwise from top left): Angele Ciza, Fatima Aziz Faraji, Immy Kamarade and Mbula Musau.  (read more)

dynamicafrica: Four African Women Who Are Changing the Face of Coffee These four women are at the forefront of change, empowering other women in the coffee industry (clockwise from top left): Angele Ciza, Fatima Aziz Faraji, Immy Kamarade and Mbula Musau. (read more)

Eduardo and his father with the coffee they will enter in this year's Fair Trade Cupping Competition, Unipcafem, Brazil

Eduardo and his father with the coffee they will enter in this year's Fair Trade Cupping Competition, Unipcafem, Brazil

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