Honduras

With just 2% of the Arabica world crop, Honduras ranks #7 among coffee producers worldwide. With Haiti, Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America. Since 1804, coffee …

Galapagos

What you think probably first is about the unique flora and fauna. But why should not the coffee be extraordinary as well? Politically, the 13 islands belong to Ecuador. 1879 …

Ecuador

Ecuador is one of the most diverse countries on the planet, as Humboldt has already noticed, and so is the coffee! Coffee production is a comparatively young tradition in the …

Cuba

Known for fantastic 🏖beaches, 💃Salsa, 🚬 Cigars, 🍹Rum and not least for the recently deceased Fidel Castro, Cuba also has to offer damn good coffee. Cuba is home to more …

St. Helena

The small island is perhaps known to the historical enthusiasts as exile of Napoleon (1815-1821). At the same time, however, exclusive coffee is also produced here: Green Tipped Bourbon Arabica …

South Africa

Here you will find the probably most southerly grown coffee in the world! The first plants were imported from Kenya and cultivated since the 1960s, since the 1980s only Arabica. …

Indonesia

Indonesia is the world’s third largest coffee producer with a market share of 7%. As diverse as the country with its more than 17,000 islands and more than 300 ethnic …

Guatemala

Guatemala is not only ranked #8 among coffee producers, but coffee is also one of the best in the world. As early as the 18th century, Spanish Jesuits brought the …

Jamaica

After Panama we stay Caribbean and exclusive this weekend. In addition to the King of Reggae, the island also brings forth the king of coffee: the Jamaica Blue Mountain! But …

Panama

The trip to Panama 🙂 Panama is probably not as well known as Brazil or Ethiopia for its coffee production, it is small but exclusive! You get here tropical gourmet …