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Galapagos Coffee



A full body and well-balanced taste in combination with its fresh flavour and the pleasant, smooth tanginess is rounded off by a delicate hint of chocolate. The flavour remains on your palate for some time and does not have to hide behind the world-famous Caribbean coffee.


The Galapagos Islands, which are known for their flora and fauna, belong to Ecuador since the end of the last century. The first coffee was cultivated on the island Chatham in 1879 already, when the first plants were imported from the French colonies. Today, this island is called San Cristobal and still produces excellent coffee. The unique climate, which is moderately tropical due to the Humboldt stream, is responsible for generous amounts of rainfall on the southern part of the island in the months of January to May. This climate, combined with the relatively young volcanic soil rich in nutrients, offers excellent growing conditions for the coffee plants. In addition, law forbids the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers.

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