Coffee growing in China

Coffee growing in China

There are 53 comments on the Coffee and Conservation story from Feb 20, 2010, titled Coffee growing in China. In it, Coffee and Conservation reports that:

When you hear "China" and "coffee" mentioned in the same sentence, it is usually regarding the booming coffee market in the traditionally tea-drinking country.

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RayH

Guangzhou, China

#43 Apr 17, 2010
Bob Burns wrote:
<quoted text>No problem where I live, in Dali. Authorities have been cloud-seeding for the past month or so, so we've been getting a lot of out-of-season rain. Rainy season usually starts late May, with the monsoon
I checked the weather forcast for Dali in Yunnan. Looks like you're getting 3 solid days of heavy rain.
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#44 Apr 17, 2010
Cliff wrote:
Hello Bob,
China train routes is a joke. Will fly to Dali, then, take a bus to Ruili. Any helpful hints about Ruili gem market? I am a habitual coffee drinker.. Where should I go in Dali for a shot of joe?
You could fly to Ruili. I have a well-connected friend who owns a guest house in Ruili. He could help you with your quest. I suggested trains, which are actually quite good,'cause it's cheaper. Most travelers are backpackers on a tight budget, or groups on a tour. If you do come to Dali, I have a restaurant, where we serve a rather tasty brew
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#45 Apr 17, 2010
RayH wrote:
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I checked the weather forcast for Dali in Yunnan. Looks like you're getting 3 solid days of heavy rain.
Yeah, weather modification in China is easily the worlds most advanced, as in so many things
Cliff

San Jose, CA

#46 Apr 17, 2010
Ralph H,
Thanks for clarifying.
AFRICAN SATISFIED

Strathfield, Australia

#47 Apr 19, 2010
CHINA will soon not be able to grow coffee because the CCP are recklessly building unnecesarry buildings..Just to show the world that it has great record growth..THEY ARE SO BACKWARDS AND SHAMELESS
Huaren

Shenzhen, China

#48 Apr 20, 2010
AFRICAN SATISFIED wrote:
CHINA will soon not be able to grow coffee because the CCP are recklessly building unnecesarry buildings..Just to show the world that it has great record growth..THEY ARE SO BACKWARDS AND SHAMELESS
You are a shameless liar .
Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#49 Apr 20, 2010
AFRICAN SATISFIED wrote:
CHINA will soon not be able to grow coffee because the CCP are recklessly building unnecesarry buildings..Just to show the world that it has great record growth..THEY ARE SO BACKWARDS AND SHAMELESS
If you actually went to the coffee growing regions, as I often do, and you could easily do, you would see the reality is quite different from your opinion. But hey, what are facts to a ranter
AFRICAN SATISFIED

Strathfield, Australia

#50 Apr 20, 2010
Bob Burns wrote:
<quoted text>If you actually went to the coffee growing regions, as I often do, and you could easily do, you would see the reality is quite different from your opinion. But hey, what are facts to a ranter
would that pocket of land be able to feed one billion ppl??ASK YOURSELF
hmm

Croydon, UK

#54 Mar 20, 2011
side effects from drinking caffiene:

http://www.mycaffeineaddiction.com/health-eff...
hmm

Croydon, UK

#55 Mar 20, 2011
side effects from drinking caffeine:

http://www.mycaffeineaddiction.com/health-eff...
brad

San Jose, CA

#57 Mar 22, 2011
Bob Burns wrote:
I buy my beans just N of Baoshan. I know the region well, and the farmers who grow and process it. This article is complete BS. Another fabricated hit piece. If you doubt, I'll give you a tour
I thought it was a fairly balanced article. Coffee & Conservation isn't known for hit pieces. TBH, sounds to me like you're on the defensive, as many Vietnamese growers were years ago.
Chris

Central District, Hong Kong

#59 Feb 10, 2012
Bob Burns wrote:
I buy my beans just N of Baoshan. I know the region well, and the farmers who grow and process it. This article is complete BS. Another fabricated hit piece. If you doubt, I'll give you a tour
I am looking to buy some beans from Yunnan, how to do this? I am in dong guan...
old china

Chengdu, China

#60 Feb 10, 2012
Chris wrote:
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I am looking to buy some beans from Yunnan, how to do this? I am in dong guan...
Taobao.

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