Mauritius

The smallest coffee producer in the world. In addition to the Arabica coffee introduced during colonization, there are wild growing Coffea species: C. mauritiana: also called Café maron, rarely grows …

French Guiana

Thanks to French Guyana, today there is coffee in Brazil. 1719 coffee plants were stolen from Surinam and brought to French Guyana for cultivation. In 1727, the first coffees from …

Guadeloupe

Connoisseurs consider the Guadeloupe Bonifieur one of the best coffees in the world Arabica Bourbon Pointu was introduced to Guadeloupe in 1721 by Gabriel de Clieu and gradually supplanted the …

Réunion

Bourbon Pointu – one of the best and rarest coffees in the world Originally, only wild coffee grew in the humid forests of Réunion – C. mauritiana, also called café …

Comoros

With 133 tons of green coffee per year no. 63 of the world-wide coffee production. In 1912 French businessmen set up large plantations. Slavery was forbidden. Coffee, cocoa and spices …

Dominica

With 233 tons of green coffee, no. 61 of coffee producers. After 1725, the French began to grow coffee in the Soufriere area near Pointe Michel and in the north near …

Surinam

With 12 tonnes of green coffee a year, no. 71 of coffee-producing countries. Between 1712 and 1718 the Dutch brought the coffee to Suriname. Agriculture flourished in the first half …

Cape Verde

Rarity and specialty coffee at the same time Coffee from Fogo is a popular souvenir from the Cape Verde Islands. Insider tip and at the same time true pleasure, because …

Mozambique

No. 52 of the world’s coffee producers still have wild coffee. In the first decades of the 20th century, coffee was exported from the island of Ibo to Europe. After a …

Argentina

Coffee is part of the lifestyle. Due to the geographical and climatic situation, coffee only grows on a few hundred acres in the subtropical provinces of the north – almost …