PERC Coffee // Colombia Samaniego

PERC Coffee // Colombia Samaniego

Kuichi means “rainbow” in the indigenous Quechua language and is the name that 22 Samaniego-based farmers participating in the Borderlands project created for their coffee to distinguish it from other groups in the region. The Borderlands project—which was initiated by Catholic Relief […]

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PERC Coffee // Tanzania Tarime AB

PERC Coffee // Tanzania Tarime AB

Tanzania Tarime is an AB quality coffee that comes from the Tarime district of Tanzania. Tarime District is one of the six districts of the Mara Region of Tanzania, East Africa. It was previously known as the “North Mara District.” It […]

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PERC Coffee // Colombia Finca Campo Bello

PERC Coffee // Colombia Finca Campo Bello

Through the town of San Augustin runs a river called Los Naranjos. Up the sides of this riverbank in to the mountains is a community of coffee growers with small clean and beautiful farms. Butterflies, Hummingbirds and giant lavender flowers […]

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Sunergos Coffee // Colombia Finca San Pascual

Sunergos Coffee // Colombia Finca San Pascual

Santa Barbara Estate is composed of 5 sister farms that lie across three neighbouring, geographical regions – Santa Barbara, Fredonia and Amagá. Established in the 1980s, from the beginning Sr. Pedro Echavarria knew that location was crucial. Attracted by diverse […]

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Share Coffee Roasters // Rwanda Kanzu

Share Coffee Roasters // Rwanda Kanzu

Over the last decades, quality coffee production in Rwanda has advanced substantially. Since being decimated by civil war and strife, coffee has become a major export in Rwanda, where more than three-quarters of its citizens subsist through agriculture. Investment in […]

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