South American Coffees

Around 1727 coffee growing was started in North Brazil, but the poor climatic conditions meant that crops were shifted, first to Rio de Janeiro and finally (1800-1850) to the States of San Paolo and Minas, where coffee found its ideal environment. Coffee growing began to develop here, until it became the most important economic resource of Brazil. During this time it was spread in other suitable climates in South America too.

Peru
  • Organic Peru Penachi – Cafe Femenino

    A Fair Trade certified Organic with a
    nutty aroma, medium, creamy body.
    Delicious notes of milk chocolate ,
    with a smooth finish.
    A Cafe Femenino project coffee supporting women coffee grower Co-Op’s.

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Colombia
  • Another flavorful decaf that stands up to the process. This high grade bean has plenty of body, with a spicy flavor and a chocolate aroma. Best of all, it has a smooth, satisfying finish.

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