No. 74 of the coffee producers with only 20 tons of green coffee a year.
- St. Lucia was once known for producing a coffee that was considered the best in the world.
- But 14 colonial wars between the British and the French almost forgot about the island’s world-class coffee.
- In 1979, Viking Traders began to grow local coffee plants on the island of St. Lucia and to process and roast it traditionally on site.
- The coffee is full-bodied.