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Central and South American coffees

  • Brazil Fazenda do Salto
    Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm, Fazenda do Salto, in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. Fabio's sons, Andre and Juca, work with 35 employees on the estate, many of whom...
  • Colombia La María
    Finca La María has been producing coffee since 1945. The farm has been passed from one generation to another one throughout the years. It belonged to Gustavo Taborda, Adolfo’s father during a period of 20 years...
  • El Salvador Las Veraneras Black Honey
    Established in 2012 in the Apaneca-Ilamatepec region of El Salvador, Tierra Bendita was created with the simple notion of producing excellent single origin specialty coffee and cacao for exclusive micro-roasters in the...
  • Mexico FESICH
    The Federación de Sociedades Cooperativas Indígenas y Ecológicas de Chiapas (FESICH) was founded in 2009 by five groups of producers. Each producer completes their own wet milling process and dries the...
  • Nicaragua Los Milagros
    In addition to coffee, Mario and Angelica's Los Milagros farm is home to a variety of crops including cabbage, carrots, lettuce and potatoes. Recently the couple shifted their focus from growing vegetables to coffee because...

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