September 11, 2018

For the SCA Board

My name is Mbula Musau, and I am seeking a petition nomination for the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) Board of Directors. I have worked in coffee for […]
August 21, 2018

Msanzi Graders: South Africa’s New Qs

The second week of July 2018 saw two new Q Graders get certified at the first ever Q Grader Arabica Combo course in Johannesburg, South Africa. […]
March 21, 2018

New Q Graders from The Pearl of Africa

This year started off with certifying two new Q Arabica Graders from Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, and -origin of robusta coffee and fine robusta standards. […]
January 17, 2018

Arabian Qahwah Grader

My name is Abdulmajeed Althiban from Saudi Arabia, holding a Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering. I worked in the banking field for 4 years. I have some […]
December 5, 2017

Eritrea’s First

My name is Fenkil Asghedom, an Eritrean by Nationality, who grew up in a society of coffee lovers and consumers. My journey in coffee has been a long […]
September 5, 2017

The Universe Conspires

“When you want something really bad, the universe conspires to ensure that you get it.” Those were the words of Mbula Musau, my instructor for the […]
July 31, 2017

It takes & means “The World” to get to Q…

My Q Journey- Dunia Muhindo My name is Dunia Muhindo Moise. “Dunia” means “world” in Swahili, but funny enough my world was limited to DRC until […]
July 15, 2017

A Few Moments With Mbula Musau

Posted onMay 31, 2017 http://www.scanews.coffee/2017/05/31/moments-mbula-musau/ A Few Moments With Mbula Musau Mbula knows a thing or two about coffee. As a talented taster, Q grader, barista […]
July 15, 2017

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April 18, 2016

International Women in Coffee Alliance Breakfast

By The Specialty Coffee Chronicle on April 17, 2016 originally published http://www.scaa.org/chronicle/2016/04/17/international-women-in-coffee-alliance-breakfast/ April 17, 2016 All rights reserved This year’s International Women in Coffee Alliance (IWCA) breakfast was a […]
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