This Brazil is on the Pedra Grande farm in the region of Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo, Parana, cultivated on hills with attitudes of 700-1350, from the naturally processed Yellow Catuai varietal.It is a slightly more intensely profiled coffee, which is suitable for a full-bodied and creamy espresso or pe..
The Cerrado Mineiro region, located in northwest of Minas Gerais State is a world-recognized, high-quality coffee producing origin and became
the first Protected Geographical Indication in Brazil in 2005, with full Designation of Origin in 2013. A strong characteristic of this region is its welld..
Trujillo is both a town and municipality in Valle de Cauca, on the western, Pacific-facing side of Colombia. It borders Cauca to the south, Tolima to the east, Risaralda and Quindio to the north, and encompasses elements of both the western and Central mountain ranges. The estate itself consists of ..
Founded in 1990 by Edilberto Vergara and Nubia Ayure, Las Flores benefits from the high range of temperatures of the San Isidor microclimate. Sat up at
1750 masl, the farm experiences acutely hot days and chilly nights. Stressed by the notable swing in temperatures, over time coffee plants on Las F..
The El Vergel farm, is located on an inactive volcano, has some of the most nutritious soils for growing plants. The plantations grown at this farm are a selection of varieties of unique origin and are handpicked and carefully inspected by one of the titular pickers.For the National Aeropress Compet..
Finca Monteblanco is a family-run farm managed by Rodrigo Sanchez Valencia. The 14-hectare farm is located in the Huila region at 1730 meters of altitude. They are focused on high quality lots that are often chosen for competitions. We have had previously from them a beautiful double fermented Pink ..
Luis Eduardo Campos passionately experiments with different fermentation and drying methods. This coffee is processed in a unique way, through honey termic fermentation, that did not exist before. By trying out one of his several experiments, Luis Campos noticed that sugars in the mucilage car..
This coffee comes from the municipality of Argelia which is situated in southwest of the department of Cauca. Cauca is the 4th largest
producer of specialty coffee in Colombia with around 90,000 smallholder farmers all producing coffee on approximately 1ha of land. Often these
farmers are part of ..
Mustefa Abba Keno is a smallholder with 18 hectares of land near Agaro in the Jimma Zone of Western Ethiopia. His farm is located at 2,040masl and is planted with coffee varieties from the Jimma research centre. Mustefa has a small disc pulper that he uses to wash-process half of his coffee; the oth..
Danisa is the name of a sub kebele (Hamlet) where this group of 37 farmers are located. The average farm size of each member is 3.35 hectares. The
coffee grows under a canopy of natural forest, much like most of Guji Coffees in the area. The fertile red land is made of Clay and Loam.
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Widely considered the birthplace of coffee, 98% of Ethiopian coffee is still produced by smallholder farmers today. The nuances across producers, variety, and landscape mean Ethiopia is widely considered one of the most exciting and delicious origins in the world. Beautiful landscapes at high-altitu..
This coffee is coffee originated from what was once part of the Inca Empire in Peru, in Cusco. The coffee
plantations are located under the snowy Choqesafra valley of the Inkawasi district. Here the indigenous
farmers follow in the footsteps of their ancestors working in harmony with the environme..