Solomon Islands

Coffee cultivation in 14.379 km distance In the 1980s a large number of coffee plants were planted on the islands. During the civol war in the 1990s production broke down. …

Chile

From coffee on Easter Island to coffee with legs Coffee arrived in Rapa Nui in 1800 with the Dutch colonists. But the coffee farms were abandoned long ago. Since then …

The only coffee in Europe

Who has been to Gran Canaria? The Spanish Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa are of volcanic origin and known for black lava and white sandy beaches. The …

Anguilla

No. 68 of the world’s coffee producers Anguilla belongs to the British overseas territory and is located in the eastern Caribbean. In 1650, Britain established a colony here, and grew …

Oman

Centuries old coffee tradition Omani sultans and European merchants bought their coffee from the Yemeni port of Mocha in the early modern period. Although coffee is grown in Oman near …

French Polynesia

No. 74 of coffee producers with 20 tons of coffee a year. On June 22, 1819 coffee plants were introduced from the Norfolk Islands. In 1865, about 300 Chinese arrived …

Seychelles

Coffee cultivation only for the island’s own needs. Plantations for copra, coffee, vanilla and cinnamon were established in the 19th century. These are now wild. In the 25 hectare Jardin …

St. Lucia

No. 74 of the coffee producers with only 20 tons of green coffee a year. St. Lucia was once known for producing a coffee that was considered the best in …

Benin

With 61 tons of coffee per year, no. 67 of the coffee producers. Coffee is one of the main agricultural products besides cotton, peanuts and palm oil. Cultivated are Robusta, …

New Caledonia

No. 79 of the coffee producers with 4 tons of coffee a year. New Caledonia belongs to France and lies in the South Pacific between New Zealand and the Solomon …