Ecuador's equatorial climate makes it possible to harvest Arabica and Robusta coffee all year round. Ecuador is one of the few countries in the world where coffee can be grown practically throughout the entire national territory. Out of 24 provinces, 23 grow coffee.Thanks to the diversity of local ecosystems and microclimates, it is possible to grow a wide variety of coffees. The combination of regular rainfall, rich volcanic soils, mild shade and pure water sources at a wide range of altitudes - from sea level up to 2000m - Ecuador offers ideal conditions for any variety, no matter how unusual or demanding. The most commonly grown plants are Bourbon, Typica, Caturra and Sidra, but Gesha, Heirloom, Java and Pacamara are now also cultivated.
Alfonso introduce us his small farm in region of Tulipe. Our first Caturra and Typica products come from this place located in the heart of the Andes.
Javier family's small farm is located in the valley of Vilcabamba, better known as the valley of longevity or sacred valley. The water of this valley has healing properties due to its special elements gold, magnesium and iron. Our delicious Sidra Coffee is provided here.
Hacienda Legrand is a farm located in the province of Santa Elena (Ecuador). Denise's family has a long tradition in the production of Robusta coffee (Canephora)