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  1. Price Peterson: The history and future of coffee in Boquete Recorded June 30th 2022 http://eventsboquete.org/community-chats/coffee-price-peterson
  2. Come and visit the latest additions to our market, and have a free cup of coffee courtesy of one of our regular vendors. This is the original Tuesday Market that has been in operation since 2007 and now located in the Arco iris room on the Feria grounds.
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    The original BCP Tuesday Market has its 15th anniversary in 2022. it is at the heart of Boquete community, supporting a wide range of local and international vendors. We are now situated in the more convenient Arco iris Salon on the corner of the Feria grounds in downtown Boquete. The market is all under cover (essential in Boquete's changing seasons) and on one level for the convenience and safety of our vendors and customers To become a vendor in this great spot message us, or email info@boquetemarket.org Find out more at www.boquetemarket.org
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    In the Arco Iris Salon at the Feria grounds, just across the downtown bridge on the left. Great variety of goods and services. Food, fresh produce, jewelry, handicrafts, coffee, charities, tourism. Everything you want in a market under one roof.
  5. Here are the vendors you can expect to see at the BCP Tuesday Market on October 13th
  6. BCP is preparing to re-open our Tuesday Market in its new location in the Arco iris Salon at the Feria grounds. This is a great location where all vendors will be under one roof, and we have a wonderful selection of vendors, including some who are new to the Tuesday Market. We will be enforcing whatever health measures are required at the time of opening, including social distancing.
  8. OK, we're kinda new hear but understand that many of the things from the states are not available or are insanely expensive. But, for the love of all that's good and right in the world, where can we find some liquid flavored coffee creamer? Signed, Frustrated Caffeine Addict
  9. Museo del Café in Boquete The Panama Tourism Authority (ATP), is in the process of promoting the museography of coffee or the Coffee Museum, the same will be located on the top floor of the Interpretation Center and tourist facilities (Cefati), in Boquete, Chiriqui province, in order to promote various projects of tourist interest in the interior of the country. According to the ATP, the objective to prepare a Museum of coffee in a space of the Cefati of Boquete, is so that people who visit the place to know about the history of coffee, their varieties and the integration of this product with the culture in this province. It also stresses that the location of the Cefati is perfect for this draft, since it allows you to highlight the work of the coffee growers, in addition to incorporating the rural tourism as an economic alternative, by means of excursions toward the existing farms in this place. The entity convenes again businesses to participate of this act of public tender, whose specifications and spreads of charge can be obtained in the portal of Panama purchases, since the first act of tender convened by the ATP to implement this work was declared void. The undertakings concerned, whether natural or legal, must have proven experience in this type of project and submit a design of the same. The ATP has fixed until the 10:00 a.m, of 20 June, to receive the proposals, in their main facilities in the building Bicsa, Financial Center, on Avenida Balboa, on the 29th floor, Purchasing Department. Before this date, you can deliver the documentation relating, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m, office hours. It should be noted that the production of coffee in Chiriqui is an activity that due to the very special varieties that are grown has managed to obtain international recognition to occupy the first places between which it emphasizes the Coffee Geisha Jaramillo and Geisha Jumix, which this year in the Nineteenth tasting of COFFEES were awarded first place. In the neighboring country of Colombia for example the implementation of museums of coffee has been of great success for strengthening tourism, in addition to enhancing the production and quality of this product. http://www.telemetro.com/nacionales/Proyectan-instalar-Museo-Cafe-Boquete_0_924208296.html freetranslation, no edit
  10. The Specialty Coffee Association of Panama (SCAP) was formed 21 years ago for the purpose of learning how to grow better coffee and help with marketing. From four founders, it has grown to about 40 members and has developed a world reputation for Panama and Boquete as the gold standard for coffee quality. This is an open organization and welcomes all growers of coffee, big and small, new and old, Boqueteno and expat.. Membership is $500 per year and the SCAP office is in the Alto across the street from Centro El Dorado.. SCAP participates in most of the big International coffee shows with a booth and samples. Members are encouraged to help man the booth, hand out samples and talk to buyers. For more information contact the SCAP President, Wilford Lamastus (wlamastusb@gmail.com) or Rachel Peterson (rachel@haciendaesmeralda.com). Among its activities is the annual cupping competition/evaluation which generally occurs in May. All the farmers submit a lot of at least 150 lbs of green coffee. Samples are taken, coded and enter the competition of blind cupping. All the samples are first cupped/screened by a national jury which is followed by three days of intensive cupping by the International Jury of Judges. There are opportunities for growers to talk with both national and international jurors to learn what might be done to improve their coffees. Finally, there is the big gala dinner on Saturday night where winners are announced and bragging rights established until the next year. I would urge all the newer growers, hobby or not, to participate. This event originated as a learning activity for the growers and remains that today. The only risk involved is…. not winning! Regards, Price Peterson
  11. Moderator Comment: the following article could be placed in any of many different forums here on CL. Please do not fault me for using this one; I tossed a coin and this forum was the result. If there is a strong preference on the part of our members, then I will move it where the majority desires. Please advise by either a reply here or a PM (private message) to @Moderator_02. http://www.theherald.com.au/story/4429924/the-worlds-most-expensive-coffee-beans-geisha-arabica-coffee-in-panama/
  12. We are looking to purchase a second hand (ggod condition) coffee pulper, either manual or motorized. Please email, boquetecloudforest@gmail.com
  13. Sponsored by the Tourism Authority, the first annual Coffee Fest is being held in Panama this weekend at the Hard Rock Megapolis in Panama City
  14. Gesha plants for sale, $1.00 each, ready for planting, free delivery in Boquete area, arrangements for planting can be made Carol Cardinale Santana cardinalesantana@gmail.com 6646-7289
  15. Keep up with specials and new menu items with Sugar & Spice on Facebook at http://tinyurl.com/nlrhf8q See our website also at www.sugarandspiceboquete.com
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