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Guatemala Kaape Coban

Guatemala coffee farms are some of the most beautiful and productive in the world. The country’s volcanic soil and climate create ideal conditions for coffee production and Guatemalan farmers have perfected the art of growing and processing coffee beans.

Guatemala’s coffee farms are typically family-owned and operated, and have been passed down from generation to generation. The coffee farmers of Guatemala take great pride in their work, and it shows in the quality of their coffee.

Brewzeus coffee lot is coming from Coban coffee growing region of Guatemala. The farm is located in the Fraijanes Plateau, renowned for being one of the regions that produces high quality coffees in the country – complex, clean and sweet.

If you’re lucky enough to visit a Guatemala coffee farm, you’ll be treated to a truly unique experience. From the moment you step foot on the farm, you’ll see the coffee plants growing, and learn about the different ways that farmers process their coffee beans. And of course, you’ll get to taste the coffee itself, made fresh from the farm.

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Costa Rica Los Manzanos

The story of Costa Rica coffee started in 1821 when coffee seeds were distributed by the local government to promote coffee production among the population. Today, Costa Rica coffee farms are one of the most fascinating, productive, and innovative in the world.

Costa Rica’s farmers took advantage of the micro-processing stations developed in the country to fully control the quality of every single coffee bean.

Brewzeus coffee lot is coming from Los Manzanos, Tarrazu region (1,700 m altitude) – one of the most popular regions in Costa Rica. In 2017, Mihai visited Costa Rica and was impressed by the work and talent of Esteban Zamora, Los Manzanos’ farmer. Since then, they developed a special coffee friendship! Continuing the family’s tradition, Esteban is working with his brothers & cousins to farm and process quality coffee with unique and complex taste profiles. This Brewzeus origin is the tangible proof!

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Brazilia Sertão

Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producer, supplying around a third of the world's coffee. Interesting fact: one of every three cups of coffee is Brazilian!

The story of Brazilian coffee is fascinating - it started in 1720 when the Brazilian government sent a soldier named Francisco de Melo to steal some coffee seeds from French Guiana, under the cover of mediating a border dispute.

What is truly remarkable about Brazil’s coffee farms is the respect and dedication its farmers have for the native qualities of the coffee beans. They also have the most advanced techniques for harvesting and processing coffee.

Brewzeus coffee lot is coming from Carmo de Minas, Minas Gerais region. Having an annual temperature of 18ºC, frosts are common in the region during winter. To protect the health of the trees and provide a more uniform ripening, crops are planted on the top of hillsides with slopes of up to 50%. All these steps are important measures that help achieve better final quality of the beans and a heavenly experience in your cup: sweet, clean and creamy.

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Ethiopia Guji Kercha

The birthplace of coffee? Ethiopia, of course! This country’s tropical forests create the perfect wild environment for coffee to grow and thrive.

Ethiopia’s coffee farms are typically family-owned and operated. Most of the farmers own 1-2 hectares of land and they grow coffee simply as a backyard cash crop.

Brewzeus lot is coming from the Banko Michicha washing station that was established in 2011. Today, it contains 108 raised drying beds on the site. Coffee processed here is grown by 782 local coffee growers living in the Banko Michicha, Banko Baya, and Suka Chega kebeles surrounding the station.

Coffee growers cultivate landrace variety coffees, and deliver their harvest to eight collection centers which contribute to the Banko Michicha washing station.

Any coffee lover would love to visit Ethiopia’s coffee farms! The beautiful landscapes, the complexity of the coffee and the farmers’ passion will create a unique experience that you will never forget.