PANAMA
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Our Partner Fca Lerida was established in 1917 and is currently managed by the Areces-Chiari family who operate the farm and the famous Lerida Hotel in Boquete. Panama’s first registered shipment of coffee was from Fca Lerida and was exported to Germany in 1929 and has since stood for family, heritage, and the on-going search for excellence that inspire this traditional farm on the slopes of the Barú volcano. Finca Lérida coffee has been awarded numerous recognitions and won several competitions including Best of Panama throughout its 107 year history. 

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NICARAGUA

Our Partner Maku Coffee sources some of finest coffees from Nueva Segovia with a focus on processing methods such as honey, natural and washed with monitored fermentation.

 

When we find a coffee we like, we work to build a long-term relationship with that producer in order to establish a reliable supply chain for the future, away from the unpredictability of the commodity market.

We are transparent in our work and aim to have a positive impact in our communities and our people.

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Our Partner Maku Coffee sources some of finest coffees from Nueva Segovia with a focus on processing methods such as honey, natural and washed with monitored fermentation.

 

When we find a coffee we like, we work to build a long-term relationship with that producer in order to establish a reliable supply chain for the future, away from the unpredictability of the commodity market.

We are transparent in our work and aim to have a positive impact in our communities and our people.

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PANAMA
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Our Partner Beneficios de Boquete is a multi-generational coffee family of five farms including La Gloria, San Anselmito, Jaramillo, San Sebastian and Hortigal.

Originally registered in 1914 by an English topgrapher who surveyed 12 cultivated hectares of coffee in the are of Boquete. One can still find coffee tree trunks of 12" from the early times. The original Arabica seeds arrived with French engineers who came to the valley in the 1870's to build the Panama Canal prior to the U.S. Army taking over.

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GUATEMALA
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Our Partner Finca Aurora dedicates their work to produce specialty coffee through sustainable methods, adding value to our associate producers with validation of practices, supported by a direct trade program 'Aurora Studio Project', where we achieve excellent coffee with our commitment of doing good !

Varieties offered are Sarchimor, Arabica and Caturra and we offer fully washed, natural and anaerobic processing.

GUATEMALA
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SUMATRA
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Our Partners in Sumatra were

introduced to coffee around in North Sumatra highlands on the north-eastern side of Lake Toba in 1888 and then the Gayo highlands in Aceh near Lake Laut Tawar in 1924. The other main province for quality Arabica production is Lintong, on the south-western edge of Lake Toba.

Due to Sumatra’s volatile weather, wet-hulling is the main methods used to process coffee beans which are dried until they reach 50% moisture content prior, producing a complex, earthy and unique flavor.

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Our Partner Pearl Mountain Estate is a multi-generational coffee Estate established in 1927 in an environmentally abundant corner of the majestic South Indian Western Ghats near Bababudangiri, where coffee in India originated. Spread over 117 hectares, The Estate has an impressive yield of quality specialty coffee successfully inter-cropped with fine pepper and the dense silver oaks that tower over remarkably flavourful shade grown coffee give a silvery hue to the hills. 

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