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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 Laderas del Tapias
    The Laderas del Tapias farm of Caldas is run by fourth generation farmers and has a long tradition of coffee production. Its history is closely tied to the growing interest in specialty coffee, as the farm was purchased in...
  • Costa Rica Alma Negra
    This natural process lot is the first of two offerings that we'll have this fall from the Las Lajas micro-mill. Located in the Central Valley near Sabanillia del Alajuela, Costa Rica, the mill is operated by Dona Francisca...
  • 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 Mexico Esmeralda Natural
  • Guatemala Injertal
    Finca El Injertal was founded in the 1930s by Jose Olivio Chavez who learned about coffee cultivation during a visit to farms in northern Guatemala. He used coffee plants from those farms to begin his own plantation. His...
  • 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 BendiciĆ³n de Dios
    Located so high in the mountains of Nicaragua that the area surrounding it is called 'Las Nubes' (the clouds), the Bendición de Dios farm is situated on the border of Jinotega and Matagalpa in the western part of the...

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