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Central and South American coffees

  • Brazil Sul de Minas
  • Colombia La Candela
    Finca la Candela belongs to the Lotero Cano Family. They are a third generation of coffee farmers living in La Loma Del Guamo village in Titiribí town in Antioquia.  Alberto Lotero, the father, bought a big...
  • Costa Rica Carrizal
  • Guatemala Laurina
    Nestled between Guatemala's tallest volcanoes, Tajumulco and Tacana, the coffee trees at Finca Nueva Granada sit high on mountainous slopes in soil made rich by volcanic ash. Seasonal workers strap wicker baskets to their...
  • Honduras El Conejo
    Fifth generation coffee farmers Joel and Delmer are two young entrepreneurs who were given a plot of land by Joel's father (Joel Banegas Sr. of Finca Mira Flores) to start growing coffee. Delmer took full responsibility for...
  • Honduras Misterio
    Oswald Sorto's Finca El Misterio is one of the newest coffee farms in the central municipality of el Playon, Comayagua and also one of the only farms in Honduras to produce typica, pacamara and yellow catuai varieties. The...
  • Nicaragua Las Nubes
    The farms of the Las Nubes (the Clouds) community dot the border between Matagalpa and Jinotega, high up into the mountains, and many miles from the nearest town. Because of the rural location, many of the farms in the area...

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