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.
- St. Lucia coffee is full-bodied.
St. Lucia Coffee
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Where in St Lucia is coffee grown?
Hi Starla, unfortunately I could not figure this out. Even on the Viking Traders Website there is very rare information about their coffee to find. https://www.vikingstlucia.com
I will write them to get this info.
They do in fact grow their own. We visit the local market at Soufriere every time we visit and purchase ours directly from the bean farmers. Most phenominal coffee worldwide in our opinion. We even have it imported in 2 times a year being we can only bring back so much with us.
Sounds exciting Lisa! Looks I have to order coffee from St. Lucia immediately.