Third World Premium Coffee (TWPC) mission is sort of a double entendre because from one prospective we are proud to be a part of the third wave coffee movement. A movement led by both consumers and manufacturers to consume, enjoy, and appreciate high-quality coffee. This movement considers coffee an artisanal food, like wine whose consumption experience can be enhanced with greater education, connoisseurship, and sensory exploration beyond just a cup of coffee. While all coffee comes through a similar value stream, third wave coffee seeks to highlight the unique characteristics that result from the diversity of coffee bean cultivators growing and cultivation methods, roasting methods and so on. From the other perspective, the Third World Premium mission along with the above is dedicated to bringing North America and Canada the best cultivated coffee from some of the exotic Third World countries on the planet, always PURE and UNCUT! Give us a try you would not be disappointed.
TWPC Black History Month 2021 Profile: MANSA MUSA At the time of Musa's ascension to the throne, Mali in large part consisted of the territory of the former Ghana Empire, which Mali had conquered. The Mali Empire consisted of land that is now part of Guinea, Senegal, Mauritania, Gambia and the modern state of Mali. During his reign, Musa held many titles, such as "Emir of Melle", "Lord of the Mines of Wangara", and "Conqueror of Ghanata". Musa conquered 24 cities, along with their surrounding districts. During Musa's reign, Mali may have been the largest producer of gold in the world, and Musa has been considered one of the wealthiest historical figures. Musa is generally referred to as "Mansa Musa" in Western manuscripts and literature. His name also appears as "Kankou Musa", "Kankan Musa", and "Kanku Musa". Other names used for Musa include "Mali-Koy Kankan Musa", "Gonga Musa", and "the Lion of Mali". He was a patron of science, the arts, literature and architecture and the empire flourished culturally during his reign.