The Burke Museum travel exhibit is preparing to tour Portland with Coffee- The World in Your Cup. The travel displays will offer smaller over all exhibits than in Seattle, but will will amaze even the most experienced coffee veteran. Seattle is still exhibiting thru September.
I would love to see a full time coffee museum that offers awsome displays of ancient coffee harvesting tools, brewing paraphernalia, books about coffee, laboratory equipment, and any old coffee utensils. This would include everything from various culture planting tools, and apparatus that would include the first grinding and roasting implements.
Personally, I own a number of old coffee tools, utensils, and different type of brewers. But my favorite coffee collection is my ancient books on coffee by various authors and or organizations. I love to read through them periodically and capture a vicarious journey of those who marched before us, to improve our industry.
@ Alun Evans : Hey Alun im great just fallin in love more and more to coffee. How r u? Im trying to learn about coffee processing, harvesting and many more. Do you have any idea where is the best place that I can learn about harvesting and processing coffee in Indonesia or somewhere in Asia? I would like to see it by myself not from video or else.
Thanks for all the information I'll take a few days trip for holiday then.. Cheers..