Vanuatu

Coffee cultivation with many setbacks. In the South Pacific island state, which consists of 83 islands. The first Arabica Bourbon plants were imported from New Caledonia in 1852 and planted in Port Resolution on the island of Tanna. In 1960, Arabica varieties from Fiji were cultivated in a new coffee …

Samoa

Samoa is located in the Pacific Ocean northeast of Fiji – the largest islands are Savaiʻi and Upolu. Robusta coffee has been grown since 1930 by German immigrants. Unfortunately, the quality and productivity were too low, even though the islands of Samoa are of volcanic origin and so have very …

São Tomé and Príncipe

The former cocoa world market leader is also growing coffee São Tomé and Príncipe is an island state in the Gulf of Guinea off Nigeria, about 200 km off the coast of Africa. During the Portuguese colonial period, coffee was imported from Brazil in the first half of the 19th …

Cook Islands

The best coffee in the Pacific. To the Cook Islands include 15 islands: Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Atiu, Mangaia and other small ones. They are of volcanic origin and with their nutrient-rich soils and partly still natural rainforest ideal for the cultivation of coffee. The first missionaries brought coffee to the islands …

Myanmar

Rarities Coffee In 1885, the first British missionaries began cultivating coffee plants in the Shan and Kayin area. The potential for high-quality coffee is great because of the soil that is not contaminated with chemicals. The most famous plantations are today at Pyin Oo Lwin, the former Mymyo. More can …

Fiji

Here even ants plant coffee. Fiji includes more than 333 islands and is located in the South Pacific North of New Zealand. Just like in Hawaii, the volcanic sand has a lot of minerals and is therefore ideal for coffee growing. Coffee grows wild on the islands. Sustainability and organic …

Belize

All Organic As a neighboring country of Mexico and Guatemala, coffee is grown here in organic quality in the rainforest of the western Gullon Jug Estate. Other cultivation areas are, e.g. in the southern Belcampo. Here you can even visit the farm. Bowen and his farm manager planted coffee from …

Tonga

The World’s Tiniest Coffee Islands The Kingdom of Tonga is an island nation in the South Pacific, including 176 islands belonging to Polynesia. In 1973, Haniteli Fa`anunus, Director of the Research Department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, was to look after the growth of exportable agricultural products. …

Martinique

The first coffee plant in South America! In 1723 the French naval officer de Clieu commissioned by King Louis XV. imported three blue mountain coffee trees from the Jardin des Plantes in Paris to Martinique. In 1726 coffee was harvested for the first time on the fertile island. Btw., Martinique …

Guinea

#34 of the coffee producing countries Stenophylla Coffee – a particularly small-leaved plant that grows to a height of 700 m is originated here. Commercial cultivated is mainly poor quality Robusta and to a small part Arabica and Liberica coffee. The cultivation areas are located in the south, on the …