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Central and South American coffees

  • Brazil Cerrado
    Cerrado is a region in the state of Minas Gerais, which has become 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...
  • Colombia CAFISUR
    This cooperative coffee comes to us from the exporter Expocafé, an entity that was established in Bogotá in 1985 after a concerted effort between farmers, cooperatives of coffee growers and the...
  • Costa Rica San Isidro
    This offering was sourced from an area roughly 50 kilometers south of Costa Rica's capital city, San José, and represents the harvest of many small farms growing coffee in the area surrounding the small town of San...
  • Decaffeinated Colombia Santa Barbara
    Don Pedro Echavarria established the Santa Barbara Estate almost three decades ago with the vision of producing a superior quality Colombian coffee. This vision is proudly shared by all in the Santa Barbara Estate family...
  • Honduras Las Flores
    Gerardo Peñalba has been producing high quality, organically grown coffee for over 15 years on his farm, Finca Las Flores. Originally the farm was less than one-quarter hectare in size but Gerardo has reinvested his...
  • Nicaragua Diamante Reds
    Don Francisco and his wife Blanca 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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