Let’s Talk Coffee, Sustainable Harvest‘s symposium discussing some of the biggest issues affecting the coffee industry, is heading to Honduras in 2023. Taking place February 20th through 25th in Copan Ruinas, the five-day events brings together leaders from across the industry to find solutions for the most pressing problems.
Part lecture series and part origin trip, attendees “will have the opportunity to intimately familiarize themselves with the region and its high-quality coffee,” per the press release. Along with cuppings and the HarVee Awards, Sustainable Harvests celebration of relationship coffees produced on their behalf, the bulk of Let’s Talk Coffee will be spent talking about coffee.
The roster of speakers for the 19th installment includes: Andrea and Jon Allen (Onyx Coffee Lab), Elizabeth Whitlow (Regenerative Organic Alliance), Rachel Peterson (Hacienda La Esmeralda), Aida Batlle (El Salvador), Sarah Allen (Barista Magazine), and Cosimo Libardo (Barista Attitude). More speakers will be announced later next month in November.
Registration for Let’s Talk Coffee is currently open via Let’s Talk Coffee’s website. Discounted Early Bird tickets are available now through November 14th for $999 for general admission and $899 for producer admission. On November 15th, prices go up to $1,499 and $1,299 for general and producer admissions, respectively. Field trip and hotel bookings are not part of the admission price and will need to be purchased separately.
For more information on the event or the roster of speakers or to reserve your tickets, visit Let’s Talk Coffee’s official website.
Zac Cadwalader is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.