Bryce Castleton

  • Q Processing

coffee What Q Processing course(s) are you authorized to teach?
Level 1: Generalist, Level 2: Professional

how-long How long have you been in coffee?
2010

world_generic Which countries have you taught in?
Thailand, Philippines

world What's your favorite coffee processing style?
Meticulously processed Natural & Fully Washed coffees.

 What do you think are the benefits of the Q Processing Program?
Simply put: Coffee processing is a function of the upstream business to produce a product. The Q Processing program not only lays the foundation in coffee processing for industry professionals, but also educates them on ways to asses the risks associated with each method in order to facilitate a better framework for experimentation, innovation and overall success.

languages What languages do you speak? 
English

coffee What other activities do you do in the coffee industry?
Assistant Managing Director at PANA Coffee Company, a fully integrated supply chain covering seed to cup: farms, wet mill, dry mill, roastery, academy and cafes.
I enjoy volunteering as a cupping judge for various coffee competitions.

lightbulb Anything else you'd like to add?
I highly recommend industry professionals from around the world to volunteer for CQI's Coffee Corps program. It's a fantastic opportunity for giving back to the industry and for self development.