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    El Fénix Wet-Mill Kickstarter

    We are building a community wet mill at our farm El Fénix, in Calarcá, Colombia. This project will provide market access to the region, so farmers in the neighbourhood can have stable and vastly improved income through specialty coffee. Read more below to see in full detail what we wish to acheive.

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    HELENA PROJECT

    The Helena project began in November 2012, with the aim of transforming a commodity coffee farm into a super specialty haven with rare and heirloom varieties under a native forest canopy, rich biodiversity, the most amazing flavours straight to our customers in NZ, and hopefully earning some particular awards we'd like along the way.

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    Re:Verb Tokyo Chats

    Matt Graylee from Raw Material (and a co-founder of Flight Coffee) recently spoke at World Coffee Events' Re:Verb Japan, in Tokyo. He talks about RM's philosophy, their farm projects at El Fenix, and there's also some bananas involved. 

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    World Brewers Cup!

    Richard and Nic travelled to Italy for the World Brewers Cup and World Barista Championship which was hosted in Rimini! Nic tells us all about it.

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    The Road to Seattle and Gothenburg

    Nic Rapp, Meg Barker, and Addison Dale compete for the New Zealand Brewers Cup and New Zealand Barista Championships.

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    Quality Premiums

    In this post, Richard explains some of the important and key factors that go into conversations around paying more money for higher graded coffee, and the benifits of doing so for us as a company.

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    Quindio Honey Project

    There’s a great number of exciting things happening with coffee in Colombia at the moment; the emergence of the speciality coffee market and its potential to do well for producers and farmers has seen some exciting developments made in the areas of coffee processing.

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    Flight Coffee's Fifth Year

    We look back on a few exciting things that have happen over the last five years, but more specifically the last 12 months.

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    Colombia - May 2014

    During the intensive, but very fun seven-day trip through six of Colombia’s coffee producing departments, we cupped 107 coffees, visited 13 farms and travelled over 2500km.

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    FLIGHT LOVES JOCO

    Today’s blog post is about our partnership with JOCO. We are now the New Zealand distributor of these incredibly good looking, environmentally friendly, reusable takeaway cups.

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