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Esmeralda – Peru

Often overshadowed by its more famous neighbours, Peru is quietly producing some of the best coffee in the world. Coffee production in Peru has a long history, dating back to the early 1800s. However, it was only in the last few decades that the country has started to gain recognition for the quality of its coffee. Peru is now the sixth largest coffee producer in the world, with over 3,000 coffee growers spread across the country. The vast majority of Peruvian coffee is grown in the central and northern regions of the country, in the shadows of the Andes mountains. The high altitudes and tropical climate here are ideal for coffee production, resulting in beans that are large, dense and full of flavour. Coffee from Peru is typically a medium roast, with a well-balanced flavour profile. The coffee is often described as being nutty and chocolatey, with a sweet caramel finish.

Jacaranda – Brazil

Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee, and its coffee beans are renowned for their rich, full-bodied flavor. The majority of Brazil’s coffee production takes place in the southern state of Minas Gerais. The ideal growing conditions in this region – including ample rainfall, rich soil, and warm temperatures – allow coffee trees to flourish. Coffee farms in Brazil are often large operations, and many of them use modern methods of production. However, some farmers still produce coffee the traditional way, using manual labor to pick the coffee cherries by hand. Brazilian coffee beans are typically dark-roasted; it tends to be low in acidity, smooth in body with sweet flavors. These flavors are primarily chocolatey and nutty. These can range from milk chocolate to bitter cocoa and toasted almond

Itzamna – Guatemala

Guatemala is renowned for its rich and vibrant coffee culture. The country is home to some of the finest coffee beans in the world, and its coffee-growing regions produce some of the most sought-after coffees. Guatemala's coffee-growing regions are located in the highlands, where the climate is cool and the soil is rich and fertile. Guatemala's coffee beans are typically harvested between December and March. The coffee-growing regions of the country receive a great deal of rainfall during this time, which helps to bring out the beans' natural sweetness. Guatemala's coffee beans are typically roasted to a medium or dark roast. This results in a coffee with a rich, full-bodied flavor.

Anbassa - Ethiopia

Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and its coffee is an important part of Ethiopian culture. Coffee is grown on small family farms and each farm has its own coffee varietal. The coffee growing regions of Ethiopia are located in the southern and western parts of the country, at altitudes between 1500 and 2500 meters. Ethiopian coffee is known for its bright acidity, complex flavor, and full body. They are often described as fruity, floral, and spicy. It is typically roasted light to medium and is best brewed with a filter method.