Shade Grown Coffee

  • November 21, 2020 / 12:00

Director: Alexander Kinnunen
Denmark, 2020, 76', HDD, color
English with Turkish subtitles 

Shade Grown Coffee is the inspiring story about how growing coffee in the shade of native trees in the tropics can have a truly positive impact on local communities, halt deforestation and protect critical habitat for

wildlife - all while giving your daily dose of caffeine a better aftertaste. Get insight into the coffee-making process, all the way from harvesting the ripe cherries to preparing the perfect cup of coffee and hear from passionate coffee farmers, roasters and baristas from around the world how we can all enjoy a more sustainable cup and a brighter tomorrow. A doc for coffee enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, this film aims to deepen the viewers’ understanding of their roles as consumers and appreciation of their next cup of coffee.

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Shade Grown Coffee

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