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A Parlor Coffee Publication

With Parchment, we hope to shed light on the nuances of the supply chain behind your cup of coffee and amplify voices you might not otherwise hear.

Parchment is initially published as a broadsheet, but you’ll find every article digitally archived here for your reading pleasure.

Lake Yojoa, the largest freshwater lake in Honduras, viewed from Santa Bárbara Mountain.

An Interview with Fidel Paz Sabillón

At the end of May 2022, Marcos Iglesias and Dillon Edwards traveled to Peña Blanca to speak with Fidel Paz, founder of Beneficio San Vicente.

The foothills of Santa Bárbara Mountain cradle the town of Peña Blanca

Savoring Santa Bárbara

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Benjamin Paz leans against a raised drying bed.

The Path Forward

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Wycliffe Murwayi in the coffee field

In the Field with Wycliffe Murwayi

In December 2019, Parlor’s founders interviewed Sucastainability field agronomist and managing director Wycliffe Murwayi while driving across the coffee regions along the southern slopes of Mt. Kenya.

Building a structure in Kenya

Shocking the System

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Farmer's picking coffee cherries

Building Sustainable Relationships

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A film by Rich Gilligan

Kairima to Brooklyn

Thanks to:
Edit - @ronan_a_fox & @tinyark, Grade - @thisiscolm
Music - Mmoths, 'Heart,' SoundDesign - M-U Studio, and additional thanks to - @alexdelap @j__colleran @goldteethandco
Portrait of Maria Bercelia in the coffee field

An Interview with Maria Bercelia Martínez

We are dedicating this first issue to telling the story of Colombian coffee producer Maria Bercelia. Our relationship with Maria, her family, and her farm, Finca Los Angeles, represents the ideal which we strive for in building every new partnership at origin.

Hand holding coffee cherries

The Potential of Partnership

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Jotagallo Machine

On Finca Los Angeles

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