GCQRI: Wild Arabica Confirmed in South Sudan

February 8, 2011 · Filed Under Industry, News 

GCQRI-Borlaug mission to South Sudan confirms presence of wild arabica and potential for development
http://gcqri.org/2011/02/08/gcqri-borlaug-mission-to-south-sudan-confirms-presence-of-wild-arabica-and-potential-for-development/

The Global Coffee Quality Research Initiative(GCQRI) has embarked on a mission to South Sedan to find wild arabica.

The GCQRI was established to combat the potential loss of specialty coffee and to prolong and ensure its survival.. sort of.  The trip to Sudan was successful, and we may now start to see a tiny ultra-niche market product come out of the project.

we feel as if there is a special economic opportunity to develop a small-holder specialty coffee sector in Boma.  Granted, there will not be a great production from this area but the possibility of developing a Boma brand is especially attractive and could become a ultra-niche specialty coffee with a very high value meriting air transport out of Boma and into the marketplace.

I suggest clicking the link to read more.  It’s rather fascinating.

GCQRI is headquartered in College Station, TX.

Jason Haeger (347 Posts)

Jason is utterly obsessed with coffee, and is the founder and editor of TX-Coffee.com. He is available for consulting and barista training at EspressoTrainer.com. He is also the founder and owner of AJ Coffee Company in Dallas, TX. His favorite brew method changes as often as his favorite coffee: daily. If you are interested in contributing to this website, he would love to hear from you!


Bookmark and Share

Comments

2 Responses to “GCQRI: Wild Arabica Confirmed in South Sudan”

  1. Tweets that mention GCQRI: Wild Arabica Confirmed in South Sudan : Texas Coffee People -- Topsy.com on February 8th, 2011 7:03 pm

    [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by H2SW, GotGreenKits.com. GotGreenKits.com said: GCQRI: Wild Arabica Confirmed in South Sudan : Texas Coffee People http://ow.ly/1bfdnJ [...]

  2. Sudan tx | ToTheWorldVacations on March 7th, 2011 1:08 am

    [...] GCQRI: Wild Arabica Confirmed in South Sudan : Texas Coffee People [...]

Leave a Reply




  • TX-Coffee Sponsors

    -
  • Get Social

    TX-Coffee.com on Facebook

    txcoffee

  • Advertisement


  • TX-Coffee Rulez