Nan 2010, Ayiti te frape pa yon tranbleman tè mayetik 7.0 ki te kite peyi a nan dezolasyon ak jwe yon gwo wòl nan diminye nan pwodiksyon kafe.
Gwo kontinyèl nan demann te ranfose Ayiti tounen nan sèn kafe mond lan nan aplikasyon règleman komès ki jis yo.
Avèk èd nan yon ajans devlopman entènasyonal, yon koperativ nan plis pase 7,000 kiltivatè ki rele Cafeieres Natives pwodui ak mache yon kafe espesyalite vle fè reviv soti nan Ayiti trademarked Haitian Bleu. Nan pi bon li yo, ayisyen bleu se rich, abondan ak dousman ki ba-ton, yon lòt egzanp bon nan gode Karayib la. Li difisil pou kontwole bon jan kalite ak 7,000 kiltivatè kap patisipe yo, sepandan, ak ayisyen Bleu ka trè konsistan. Men, si ou renmen rich, kofi plen ak ton sèk byen ekilibre pa dous, tankou anpil tafyatè kafe Ameriken fè, epi si ou vle fè dola ou konte ede kiltivatè ki pi pòv Western Emisfè a, Haitian Bleu se vo eseye.
In 2010, Haiti was hit by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that left the country in desolation and played a big role in the decrease of coffee production.
The continual rise in demand has eased Haiti back into the world coffee scene through the implementation of fair trade policies.
With the help of an international development agency, a cooperative of over 7,000 farmers called Cafeieres Natives produces and markets a revived specialty coffee from Haiti trademarked Haitian Bleu. At its best, Haitian Bleu is rich, opulent and sweetly low-toned, another fine example of the Caribbean cup. It is difficult to control quality with 7,000 participating farmers, however, and Haitian Bleu can be very inconsistent. Nevertheless, if you like rich, full coffees with dry tones well balanced by sweetness, as many American coffee drinkers do, and if you want to make your dollars count to help the Western Hemisphere’s most impoverished farmers, Haitian Bleu is worth trying.
The following languages are spoken in Haiti:
Haitian Creole, a French-based creole language native to Haiti
Haitian French, the variety of French spoken in Haiti
Come and join us for a cup of coffee (on special at R10 until 8am) or just for a chat. Take-aways available if you are in a rush. Full breakfasts are available.
You don't need to spend anything, but if you do, it will be for your own account.
Date: Friday, 22 February 2019
Time: From 06h45 to 07h15 and onwards. We will be there until at least 8h30.
Place: Brioche, 181 Main Rd, Walmer
We look forward to seeing you there!
Logging in Haitian Creole would be great.