Uganda

Uganda is the world’s # 8 coffee producer and, after Vietnam the largest exporter of Robusta coffee. Robusta originally comes from Uganda and is growing wild. Arabica Coffee has been …

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 …

Italian Coffee Specialities

Who does not know them? They are one of the most popular coffee specialties in the world. After the first major coffee transport reached the Venetian port in 1624, the …

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 …

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 …

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 …