Specialty coffee from Cuba



Geisha, Typica, San Ramon, Bourbon, Caturra and Catuai

Processing methods


Altitude range

600 - 800 masl


October - March 

Total yearly production

150.000 60kg bags

All Coffees

The first coffee arrived in Cuba in 1748 via the Hispaniola island. Around 2.000 plantations already existed in 1827. The island nation quickly became one of the most important coffee suppliers worldwide. Even the sugar, until then the most important export product, had overtaken the beans after a short time. However, due to the revolution and economic sanctions, Cuba was overtaken by the South American countries.

Main production areas: Guaniguanico, Guamuhaya, Sierra Maestra mountains

Port of Shipment: Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos, Havana

Export bag size: 60kg

Coffee Origins

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