Origin of our green coffee

Here you can find out everything about the green coffee that we use for our cold brews.

  • Columbia

    is the third largest coffee producer in the world, according to World Atlas, with 830,000 tons per year. For a long time, the small South American country was in second place after Brazil, but was pushed out by the rapidly expanding Vietnamese. At least – an overall place on the “podium” has remained. Where the Colombians are still the undisputed leaders is the production of high-quality Arabica coffee - because the cheaper Robusta comes mostly from Brazil and Vietnam. So it's no wonder that Colombia coffee is very popular.

  • India

    a coffee country? Many probably associate the country more with the cultivation of tea. Which is not wrong, after all, India is considered one of the most tea-drinking nations in the world. However, coffee cultivation also plays a very important role. However, the majority of the coffee beans are exported abroad. In a global comparison, India is among the top 10 coffee-producing countries. Due to the historical heritage, coffee from India is mainly obtained in the southern Indian provinces of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

  • Nicaragua

    mainly grows Arabica (e.g. the Bourbon and Pacamara varieties). The best beans grow in Jinotega, Nuevo Segovia, and Matagalpa. The cultivation areas are usually located at an altitude of around 1,200 meters. These are mostly small farms, each run by a single family. Big machines as well as fertilizer and insect repellent are often too expensive for the farmers. Coffee from Nicaragua is usually an (accidental) organic product. The UCPCO (Unión Cooperativa Productores de Café Orgánico) also ensures that the coffee is always fairly traded and thus makes a significant contribution to the livelihood of the farmers to secure.