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 …

Gabon

#24 of the coffee-producing countries. The tropical humid climate and the fertile volcanic soils are ideal for coffee cultivation and even allow 2 coffee crops per year. The coffee is …

Nigeria

#41 of the coffee-producing countries. Coffee production and consumption are rising in Nigeria – between 2010 and 2015 by 20 %. Unfortunately, this is due to the Nescafe products produced …

Trinidad and Tobago

With less than 0.1 % of the world market share #48 of coffee-producing countries. Around 1785 the immigration policy of the French led many French settlers with their slaves to …

Timor Leste

#39 of the coffee-producing countries with less than 1 % market share. Timor Leste (formerly East-Timor) is the first country to gain independence in the 21st century (2006). Unfortunately it …

Sri Lanka

The tea from Ceylon is world famous – but it could have been quite different! The first coffee plants probably reached the island in the Indian Ocean around 1505 by …

Cameroon

With 0.32 % world market share #21 on the list of coffee producers. A country with 3 climate zones – from the dry north to the tropical climate in the …

Liberia

With less than 0.1 % of world market share #50 of the coffee producers one of the backmarker. No matter! It is the home of Coffea Liberica! In 1843 Coffea …

Paraguay

Rank 46 of worldwide coffee producers – but in the top 10 of most harvesting productive countries! Coffee is grown in Paraguay since the end of the 19th century. The …