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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...
  • 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...
  • Guatemala Medina Natural Process
    Founded in 1842, Finca Medina is located in the outskirts of Antigua, Guatemala. It is a 74 acres estate that produces genuine Antigua coffee. Since the year 2000 Finca Medina has been a member the...
  • Honduras Nahuaterique
    Situated on the Salvadoran border of Honduras, the village of Nahuaterique is predominately populated by the indigenous Lenca people. For years this area sat in limbo before the border was clearly established in 1992. Many...
  • 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
    Don Isidro produces caturra variety coffee at a very high altitude on his farm, Los Milagros, in the Jinotega region of Nicaragua. The fertile soil, cold microclimate and fresh spring water in the area are perfect for coffee...

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