Articles about Doi Chaang Coffee
Doi Chaang is listed as one of ten top innovative companies of 2013 by Food in Canada Magazine!
Video: Victoria B.C.’s SHAW TV reporter, Dan Kahan, interviews Doi Chaang’s PR Manager, Katharine Sawchuk, about our infamous Wild Thai Civet Coffee!
Such a fun interview! We were able to get a three minute segment on Go! Island South. Watch how some brave souls try our Wild Thai Civet here!
Audio: ‘Cat poop’ Coffee on 91.3 The Zone in Victoria, B.C.!
We were on Pol Plastino’s midday show on Friday, April 5th on The Zone FM! We got to talk shop about the DC history, we ground the Wild Thai Civet Coffee on-air, and it was sampled too! What a fun show. Take a listen here.
Audio: We were on the Kid Carson Show on SONIC FM
Our Wild Thai Civet Coffee was sampled on-air on the Kid Carson Show in October, 2012. Check out what they thought here!
We’re in Business in Vancouver
Author, Richard Chu, writes an in depth piece on Doi Chaang Coffee – outlining our history, the Akha Hill Tribe, and how we’re doing today. Take a look here to read the full article!
We appear in Roast Magazine’s September/October 2012 issue
Kenneth Davids launches into the Doi Chaang story in “A Tale of two Trips; Reflections on producing Country Trends.”
For the full article, please take a look here!
We’re in 24 Hours!
Cameron MacLeod covers us in the massive daily commuter newspaper, 24 Hours. Take a look here for an interesting read…
Wine Spectator covers Doi Chaang in their Nov. 30th issue
Mark Pendergrast goes into wonderful detail about our company, stating “the Doi Chaang offerings are comparable to the best Kona beans.”
Take a look at the Wine Spectator article here for more!
Doi Chaang Coffee featured in Vancouver Magazine
Timothy Taylor’s clever piece on Vancouver’s coffee scene, pegs Doi Chaang Coffee as one of the city’s best!
Doi Chaang Coffee Company was named in the top 10 Small & Medium Sized Enterprises of 2012 at the World Business & Development Awards
Doi Chaang Coffee Company was named in the top 10 Small & Medium Sized Enterprises of 2012 at the World Business & Development Awards held during the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20). Doi Chaang Coffee was the only Canadian Company to be recognised by the international judging panel for its innovative and sustainable business practices.
Doi Chaang Coffee in Stir magazine
Stir Magazine wrote an article titled “The Doi Chaang Story.”
Doi Chaang Coffee in Tea & Coffee magazine
Tea & Coffee magazine published an article about the history of Doi Chaang Coffee and the innovative business model.
Doi Chaang Coffee joins Prime Minister Harper in Thailand
The Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, travelled to Thailand and began talks on the possibility of free trade between Canada and Thailand. Doi Chaang Coffee was invited to join the Prime Minister and his delegation.
Brewing from the Heart
The Bangkok Post wrote an article about the incredible success Doi Chaang Coffee is having in Thailand as well as in Canada and the UK.
Doi Chaang Coffee Featured in Coffee Talk Magazine
Miles Small of Coffee Talk wrote an article detailing the history of Doi Chaang Coffee and where the company is headed in the future. At the end of the article is an interview with Wicha Promyong done by Maxim Vershinin.
Tod Mountain Coffee House Doi Chaang Tasting
Tod Mountain Coffee House hosted a tasting session of Doi Chaang Wild Thai Civet Coffee.
Doi Chaang Coffee Named in APEC Competition
Doi Chaang Coffee won third place in the ‘One Village One Brand’ section of the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum.
A new coffee shop in Regina Saskatchewan is serving Doi Chaang Coffee to its customers.
The Best Coffee in Thailand
The editor of Tea & Coffee Asia wrote about his experience meeting Doi Chaang Coffee’s visionaries.
Thailand is Not Just Beautiful Temples – They Produce Coffee Too
Digital Journal featured an opinion piece about Doi Chaang Coffee and the history of Doi Chang Village.
Global Coffee Review reports on the role Doi Chaang Coffee is playing in keeping the hill farmers away from growing opiates and focused on producing coffee.