Sierra Leone

Country of exotic coffee from the coffee producer on world rank 43 with 0.04 % worl market share. Productivity World Champion is Sierra Leone anyway! 2.5 tonnes per hectare is …

Ghana

The 2nd largest cacao producer, is only #42 of coffee producers worldwide. Agricultural products are often grown on large plantations in monocultures, like introduced in the 19th century by the …

Laos

Speciality Coffee surrounded by breathtaking waterfalls. Around 1915, the first coffee trees were planted by the French colonists in Laos, unfortunately without success. After further experiments with Arabica and Robusta plants …

Togo

No. 33 of coffee producers worldwide with a markt share of 0.1 %. Robusta coffee (Coffea togoensis) is cultivated at heights of 200 and 500 m in the highlands of …

Congo

#24 of the coffee producers. The green heart of Africa is the cradle of Robusta coffee. It is the 3rd largest state in Africa and 60 % is covered of the …

Zimbabwe

35,000 tonnes of coffee make up 20 % of Zimbabwe’s economy. Coffee has been grown since the 1960s. The coffee production of Zimbabwe continues to suffer under the land reform …

Dominican Republic

With 0.3 % of the world market share #26 among coffee producers.  In 1735 the Spaniards brought the first plants to Hispaniola, today’s Dominican Republic. At the end of the …

Cambodia

#58 of coffee producers worldwide. Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in the world after the civil war lasting for years. The Vietnam War and the dictatorship of the …

Eritrea

As part of the then Abyssinia, Eritrea can also be described as the cradle of coffee. Since 1993, the state has been independent of Ethiopia. As rain is becoming less …

China

With a market share of 5 % China is #12 of the world’s coffee producers. In 1887, missionaries brought coffee to Yunnan. It was only a century later that the …