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Central and South American coffees

  • Brazil Cerrado
    Cerrado is a region in the state of Minas Gerais, which is now the largest coffee-producing state in Brazil. Coffee has been a major crop in this region since the 1980’s mainly because of the devastating black frost of...
  • Colombia Guatavita
    The Guatavita farm is owned by Eduardo Lizcano and it is part of the Aprocoagrosh association in La Plata, Huila and is located in the sub-municipality of San Francisco Alto. The farm is named Guatavita after another...
  • Costa Rica San Diego
    Gathered from farms in the famed Tarrazu region of Costa Rica, this lot was grown in an area that has a reputation for producing some of the world's best coffees. Beneficio San Diego is the mill that oversaw the careful...
  • Decaffeinated Colombia Dulima
    Colombia Dulima is an Olam Specialty Coffee premium brand. Dulima is a fully washed, Excelso EP grade coffee. 50% of each lot is guaranteed screen 17/18 or up. The coffee is sourced from the Tolima and Huila regions. Dulima...
  • Honduras El Lesquin
    The Romero brothers, Walter and Sergio, are from a third generation coffee producing family. After inheriting the techniques and passion necessary to produce fine quality coffee from their father, they now work the land...
  • Nicaragua Diamante Yellows
    Don Francisco and his wife Bianca Nieve (yes, Snow White) live very high up in the mountains of Jinotega, Nicaragua. Their farm, El Diamante (The Diamond), produces exceptional coffee that is grown in its natural, forest...

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