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Located in Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepequez, the farm was acquired by the Zelaya family during the late 1800s who began planting Arabica coffee, exporting it for the first time in 1918. The Zelaya family have been growing coffee in Guatemala for generations and own several farms on the volcanic slopes, remaining at the forefront of coffee production.
- Altitude 1,600 – 2,000 metres above sea level
- Varietals Typica and Bourbon
- Farm Hacienda Carmona
- Owner Maria Zelaya Aguirre
- Association Asociación de Productores de Café del Oriente Caucano
- Processing Washed
- Town Sacatepequez
Legend has it that coffee was discovered in Ethiopia in the 9th century by a goat-herder named Kaldi. He noticed that his goats became hyper after eating cherries from the coffee tree, so he tried it himself. A monk approached Kaldi after he consumed the cherries and took some to his monastery where he roasted and brewed the coffee to share with other monks. As a result, they were able to stay awake during long nights of prayer and since then coffee has been widely accepted as a stimulant drink.
- Region Yirgacheffe
- Altitude >1,750 metres above sea level
- Varietals Ethiopia Heirloom
- Farm Fazenda Samambaia
- Owner Umer Abdu
- Processing Natural/Dry processed
- Mill Wanago
This coffee comes from the Limu Woreda in the East Welega zone of the Oromia region in southern Ethiopia. Limu coffee is said to rival that of Yirgacheffe due to the clean and complex floral aroma with strong citrus notes and undertones of cocoa. Handpicked by smallholder farmers, this clean and complex washed coffee is called ‘Konjo’ which means ‘beautiful’ in the local language.
- Region Jimma Zone, Oromia
- Altitude 1,650 – 1,900 metres above sea level
- Varietals Heirloom
- Farm Limu Woreda
- Owner Multiple smallholders
- Processing Washed
Located near Tingkem in the Regency of Bener Meriah, this co-operative compromises of 989 farmers who grow their coffee in the rich and fertile volcanic loam soils which are comprised of a mixture of sand, silt and clay. This soil type, combined with the climate, allows for the perfect growing conditions producing the rich and full bodied, spicy and smokey coffees associated with the region.
- Region Tingkem, Aceh
- Altitude 1,150 – 1,450 metres above sea level
- Varietals Typica, Red Caturra
- Owner 989 cooperative members
- Processing Semi-Washed
- Harvest November – January