Cuba Serrano Lavado Superior

Cuban coffee is the most notable of our selections due to its rarity. Introduced in the 18th century by Spanish colonists, coffee became the hub of the Cuban economy. In the pre – communist era, Cuba was one of the largest producers of coffee, but today imports have significantly decreased, and consumption is mainly domestic. […]

Indonesia Sumatra Blue Bianca

Ο καφές “Blue Bianca” Blue Bianca coffee is a local Bourbon varietal called Onan Ganjang grown in the Dolok Sangul region of Sumatra around 1,400m above sea level. Onan Ganjang is a natural cross of the S795 cultivar and the Bourbon varietal. The beans are quite large in size and this varietal is well known […]

Congo Kawa Kanzururu

On the slopes of the Ruwenzori Mountains, bordering the Virunga National Park in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, small family farms grow Arabica coffee of superior quality. Many coffee growers in the region are members of the Kawa Kanzururu cooperative (COOKKANZ). THE VIRUNGA NATIONAL PARK COFFEES The borders of the Virunga National Park, including […]

Coffee from Nariño La Union in Colombia.

Known for its rich history, stunning landscapes and exceptional national park, Nariño is located in the southwest of Colombia, just above the equator and on the border with Ecuador. The region is strikingly mountainous and boasts no fewer than five volcanoes: Chiles (4,718 metres), Cumbal (4,764 metres), Azufral (4,070 metres), Doña Juana (4,250 metres) and […]