MEXICO: THE LAND OF HIGH SPIRITS
The Mexican Chiapas El Triunfo is sourced from family-owned farms organized by Cooperativa Campesinos Ecológicos de la Sierra Madre de Chiapas. The producers are heartily dedicated to organic practices that protect more than 800 plant species and 390 bird species that inhabit El Triunfo.
KENYA: WHERE WILDLIFE REMINDS YOU OF WHAT FREEDOM LOOKS LIKE
Since the beginning of human history, Kenya has been inhabited by diverse groups of people. The first to occupy the land were tribal hunter gatherers, followed by the farming civilization from the Horn of Africa and the agriculturalists from Sudan.
HONDURAS: HOME TO THE COPÁN RUINAS
The meaning of the country’s name, “depths”, was given by Christopher Columbus on his fourth voyage over the deep waters at the mouth of the Tinto O Negro River off the Mosquito Coast. This beautiful land is home to indigineous peoples, including the Lenka and Miskito peoples.
COSTA RICA: THE PLACE TO BE FOR THRILL-SEEKERS
From breathtaking landscapes to cheeky monkeys roaming its national parks, Costa Rica is the ultimate destination for adventure-seekers. It’s no surprise that this richly biodiverse place is recognized as the happiest country on Earth.
RWANDA: WHERE THE COFFEE BEANS DANCE
Lying south of the Equator in east-central Africa, Rwanda is often referred to as the “land of a thousand hills.” Despite the country’s small size, it is made up of several diverse ecosystems, from the lush rainforests in the south, to the Virunga volcanic massif in the northwest, and the savanna in the east.
PERU: WHERE THE COFFEE IS AS RICH AS THE HISTORY
Peru’s rich culture, which was inherited by native Incas and influenced by immigrant groups from Africa, Japan, China, and Europe, is expressed in music, literature, art forms, dance, celebrations, religion, and more. The Quechua and the Aymara are the two main native cultures of Peru, both of which have preserved their rich cultures despite the pressures of globalization. Jaw-dropping ancient ruins of the Inca Empire, one of the largest in the old world, lie on the tall green mountains of Machu Picchu, which to no surprise is among one of the seven wonders of the world.
NICARAGUA: A SPECIALTY COFFEE THAT ECHOES THE PEOPLES’ ARTISTRY
Nicaragua, a name that originates from, “here united with the water,” is a land known for its poetry and lively, blissful culture. The rhythmic marimbas and folkloric dances are unforgettable in the fiestas across the country. They remind you of the love the people of Nicaragua have for freedom, independence, and artistry.
INDONESIA: A RARE COFFEE DELIGHT
From untouched beaches with crystal clear waters, to densely forested volcanic mountains where the sounds of bubbling lava synchronize with the tigers’ roars, Indonesia invokes a combined sense of awe, fear, and wonder for its moving nature.
ETHIOPIA: DISCOVER THE BIRTHPLACE OF COFFEE
Sitting on the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is widely recognized as the place where the coffee bean came to be. Ever wonder how Ethiopia received its name as coffee’s birthplace?
GUATEMALA: WHERE NEW & OLD COME TOGETHER FOR A FRUITFUL CUP OF COFFEE
Coined the “Land of the Eternal Spring,” Guatemala is treasured for its wonderful weather all year long. The climate is tropical – hot and humid in the lowlands and cooler in the highlands. Two east-west mountain trails divide the land into three regions: the mountainous highlands, the Pacific coast south of the mountains, and the northern Peten lowlands.
COLOMBIA: WHERE THE COFFEE IS AS MOVING AS THE PEOPLE
From colorful fiestas and rich biodiversity to the lost city of El Dorado, Colombia is celebrated for its many wonders. It’s admired culture blends together traditions of its European, African, and indigenous roots. Among the things Colombia is known for, its robust, fruit-forward coffee plays a large role in shaping the country’s identity.
BRAZIL: A DIVERSE LAND PRODUCING EVEN MORE COLORFUL COFFEE
As the fifth largest country in the world, it can take a while to explore the marvels that Brazil has to offer. This country is a melting pot of nationalities where the culture’s influence by European and African roots is seen in its language, traditional ceremonies and clothing. Because of its size and diversity, Brazil is a nation that rightfully earns the name, “Land of Contrasts.”
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