What you think probably first is about the unique flora and fauna. But why should not the Galapagos coffee be extraordinary as well?
- Politically, the 13 islands belong to Ecuador.
- 1879 Manuel J. Cobos planted for the first time coffee on the island of Chatham, today’s San Cristobal. The Arabica Bourbon coffee seeds originated from the Caribbean.
- Another story says it was a group of French researchers between around 1869.
- Because the entire area is a national park, there are special requirements and verifications.
- The correspondingly small amount of organic coffee produced makes it a rarity of the highest quality.
- Due to the nutrient-rich volcanic soil, the coffee gets a full body and nicely rounded taste.
- In addition, Galapagos coffee has a very fresh aroma and a delicate chocolate note. The aftertaste is intense and long.
- The light acid content makes the coffee very digestible.
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