Generational sustainable coffee
Stuart comes from Uganda, there he has his family and his roots. He is a student in the Lavazza sponsored coffee study program and is involved in local production processes. In Uganda, she often accompanies her grandmother to plantations that are usually located on the plains. There the cultivation of coffee is still maintained as a family tradition.
With the opportunity of "Coffee Study Program" he traveled to Neiba, in the Dominican Republic, where his vision of coffee production changed his perspective and he was surprised.
This city is home to a cooperative of coffee producers, whose plantations extend over the mountain range to the north. These are high-altitude plantations with difficult access.
Stuart found that highland coffee has more nutrients and is much tastier and richer than coffee grown on the plains. This fact opened possibilities for future generations of coffee growers.
He believes in experience, and in learning from past generations, from their parents, grandparents, and that young apprentices are already committed to a sustainable future. This will help you apply your knowledge in the generational crops of your family, thinking and helping for a better future, and without hesitation looking for the excellence of coffee itself