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Daguma Sultan Kudarat
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

The name Sultan Kudarat given to the province was derived from the Muslim ruler, Sultan Muhammad Dipatuan Kudarat who begun to assert his leadership in the year 1619 and reigned in the Sultanate of Maguindanao from 1625 to 1671. Through his leadership, Spanish forces were successfully repelled from encroaching the Cotabato region of south-central Mindanao. He is considered a national hero, and in his honor the province was named after him.

Mount Daguma consists of steep mountain ridge that runs from north-west to south-east, and forms a steep escarpment at the edge of the Alah River valley. A block of old growth forest is shown in this area on recent forest cover maps. Much of this forest must be montane, but there may be some lowland forest remaining on the lower slopes.

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Panama Finca Las Brumas
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Finca Las Brumas is a 60 acre farm in the famed Boquete growing region on the border of Costa Rica. Las Brumas’ close proximity to La Amistad International Park, the largest natural reserve in Central America, brings a wealth of ecological advantages to this corner of Panama. Cesar Arauz has been managing his family’s farm for over a decade and dedicates his efforts to preserving its pristine ecology. Cesar relies on 6 year-round employees and another 60 seasonal workers from the Ngobe Bugle indigenous group who meticulously pick ripe cherries during the harvest. After harvesting, the coffee is depulped, fermented, washed, and carefully dried on covered patios and raised bed.

Origin Details:

GROWER: Cesar Arauz | Finca Las Brumas
REGION: Santa Clara, Renacimiento, Chiriqui, Panama
SOIL: Volcanic Loam
ALTITUDE: 1360-1490m
VARIETAL: Cataui, Caturra, Geisha, San Ramon
PROCESS: Washed (Sun-Dried)

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Colombia Finca La Meseta
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Compañía Cafetera La Meseta S.A. is a family business, with extensive experience in the Colombian coffee business. Reliability and performance have allowed to maintain growth and remain since its foundation in 1983. The history of La Meseta begins as small-scale producers, with a production capacity of 10.000 kg of dry parchment coffee in the municipality of Villamaría, department of Caldas.

Today, the Company has established itself as a powerful agro-industrial complex, with an average Excelso coffee production of 90.000 bags of 70 kg per month.

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