Hawaii

Aloha! In addition to hula, hibiscus, sun, beach and surfing, the islands are also known for its exclusive coffee thanks to fertile volcanic soils. In 1828, Arabic beans were imported …

Nepal

National Coffee Day: Today, November 17, Nepal is all about the coffee, and the 12th time. A few facts upfront: In 1938, a hermit brought some coffee seeds from Sindu …

Costa Rica

Coffee was the first resource exported from Costa Rica. Meanwhile, the country is one of the world’s 20 largest coffee exporters. The first coffee plants were brought to Costa Rica …

Kenya

Kenya is the world’s #16 of coffee exporter worldwide. The first trees came from Ethiopia in the 19th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, French missionaries introduced the …

India

The tea country India, with a market share of 3 %, ranks #6 among the coffee exporters and can therefore be rightly termed “coffee country”. The Indian Sufi Baba Budan …

Colombia

With 6 % market share, Colombia is the world’s fourth-largest coffee exporter. There are 2 theories about how coffee came to Colombia at all: In 1723, Arabica coffee was brought …

Taiwan

The 7th of November is in Taiwan for the day of coffee. Evenings are celebrated on all weekends in November. Gukeng Coffee Festival It is celebrated since 2003. Gukeng is …

Vietnam

Vietnam is the 2nd largest coffee producer in the world. Only Brazil produces more. In 1857 the coffee cultivation was introduced by the French colonial lords. The coffee needs of …

Peru

With an annual production of more than 250,000 tonnes of green coffee and a market share of 3%, Peru is among the top 10 coffee producers in the world. Cultivated …

Mexico

Mexico is one of the top 10 coffee producers worldwide! Coffee was introduced in the Cordoba region at the beginning of the 19th century. The sale of Fair Trade products …