Santa Ana Volcano, El Salvador

Santa Ana Volcano, El Salvador

Within the Sana Ana region, in the shadows of the highest volcano in El Salvador, lies the Santa Rita Los Naranjos farm. The volcano is the source of the rich volcanic soils that is known for producing great coffee.The farm is owned by the Salaverria family. They are now the 6th...

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Santa Lucia, Brazil

Santa Lucia, Brazil

Santa Lucia farm lies in the Serra das Abelhas micro-region, cultivating coffee over 30 hectares ranging in altitude from 950 to 1300 meters above sea level. The farm grows red and yellow Catuai, yellow Catucai, Mundo Novo and Acaiá but this lot is Acaiá. The cherries are handpicked and naturally processed. The...

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La Martina, Colombia

La Martina, Colombia

Finca La Martina is located close to the beautiful Pan de Azúcar mountain which supplies two alpine springs running though the farm, providing an ample supply of fresh water. The farm lies within the Huila region. This lot is made up of Castillo and Colombia varieties but soon, the owner Juan...

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Mahembe, Rwanda

Mahembe, Rwanda

Within the Western Province of Rwanda lies the privately owned Mahembe washing station. Justin Musabyiama returned home after the genocide in 1994 to invest in his local community by building a wet mill on his father's coffee plantation. Justin owns an 8-hectare farm himself and buys cherries from the surrounding area....

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Iyela, Tanzania

Iyela, Tanzania

The Iyela Coffee Group is the formation of 239 small scale farmers who come together to process their coffee cherries at a central processing unit. The farms lie in the Songwe region close to the shores of Lake Rukwa, which is inhabited by Crocodiles, Hippopotamus and fish abound! The farms...

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