Ethiopia: 2018/2019 Harvest

The 2018/2019 harvest is coming to an end all over Ethiopia. It promises to be a good year in terms of quantity and quality. The weather has been good and there have been no cold spells, like those seen in… Continue Reading →

Coffee growing: The challenge in the face of adversity

Marjorie, our coffee agronomist, is in charge at Belco of the quality improvement at the Origin. She wrote a series of articles around the following thematic:  “producing responsibly”. Here is the second episode on a major issue for coffee production: the shade management. If you have… Continue Reading →

Water, an indispensable and scarce resource to produce coffee

Marjorie, our coffee agronomist, is in charge at Belco of the quality improvement at the Origin. She wrote a series of articles around the following thematic:  “producing responsibly”. We start the first episode on a major issue for coffee production, the water management.  Let me… Continue Reading →

Belco is launching a new brand – Forest Coffees!

Our first “Forest Coffees”  will arrive in few weeks now in Europe ! Jacques introduces this singular approach to you and exposes what those coffees certified to the consumers. A new Belco’s venture   Our new venture is the result of… Continue Reading →

Anfilloo : a rich and ancient terroir [Ethiopian Belco Agency]

Last week we introduced  our “Anfilloo Quality Project” started in the Wallagga region in south-western Ethiopia. Our interest for this terroir is due of course of our historical attachment with the area and its producers, but that is also due to the potential of this true… Continue Reading →

Ethiopian coffee seeds

Ethiopian seeds raise questions that are more than often left unanswered. For example, the name given by importers and roasters to the variety of Ethiopian seeds is “heirloom”, which surprisingly enough only refers to the local origin of the different… Continue Reading →

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