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Cupping With Queen City Coffee Collective

After spending 3 months shooting Siglo: A Century In The Soil and months before that, visiting roasters and learning more about coffee, it’s so rewarding to see Tito Sujuy’s name on the side of a coffee bag. Tito is a young farmer in Yepocapa Guatemala who we filmed and ultimately was a key guide and companion during our entire stay. Thanks to Scott at Queen City Coffee Collective for applying your skills to make this happen and Yepocapa Coffee for getting the beans here in the first place!


This one is for you Tito!

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