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Geography of Coffee

Geography of Coffee

This talk will discuss the role of geography in understanding production, movement, and consumption of coffee around the world. Which countries are coffee powerhouses and why? What is the role of sustainability in coffee production? Why was it considered the "devil's drink" for so long? We will include a coffee tasting from three different coffee growing regions. You do not have to be a coffee drinker to enjoy this talk!

Presenter:  Dr. Cynthia Pope is an Associate Professor at Central Connecticut State University, Department of Geography.

Date:
Monday, January 28, 2019
Time:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location:
Mary Baldwin Room, Main Level
Organizer:
Anna Korkus
Categories:
Adult
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