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Tublay, Benguet
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Tublay, officially the Municipality of Tublay, is a 5th class municipality in the province of Benguet. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 17,892 people. The Local Government Unit (LGU) of Tublay set the coffee as OTOP and supports coffee production very much. LGU found the coffee Processing Center at Poblacion and served the coffee.

In Tublay, Cordillera Group Network started the Rehabilitation project of Typhoon Pepeng in 2010 with the support of Japanese NGO, WE21 Japan incorporation with LGU. Since then we have planted more than 65,000 coffee seedlings with farmers in different barangays. Cordillera Group Net also conducted seminars on environment conservation, organic farming, coffee quality improvement, farmers association management, and more.

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Sablan, Benguet
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Sablan, officially the Municipality of Sablan, it is a 5th class municipality in the province of Benguet. The Sablan Arabica coffee plantation emerged during the Spanish time, its general climate is warm which makes it suitable for growing different kinds of fruits. Sablan was coined as the “fruit basket of Benguet”. With the warm climate, it can grow 4 kinds of coffee (Arabica, Robusta, Exelsa, and Liberica).

They called the coffee “Spanjol” and when the time arrived it was known as the Typica. During the ‘80s, the Araneta family introduced Bourbon and other Arabica cultivars wherein farmers have acquired their new seeds for coffee plantation.

According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 11,457 people. It is located in the mid-western tip of Benguet. It is comprised of Ibalois, Kankanaeys, and Ifugaos. Its elevation is ranging 500 m.a.s.l. in the boundary of Sablan and La union to 1,200 m.A.S.L. in the boundary of La Trinidad and Baguio City.

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Panama Finca Santa Teresa
By Everyday Coffee Roasters

Finca Santa Teresa is a boutique coffee farm and mill located high in the cloud forest of Panama. FST sits close to the border with Costa Rica and Panama’s highest peak, the Volcan Baru. Adjacent is La Amistad National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

FST produces coffees of singular quality. The key to this is terroir – rich volcanic soils, high altitude, weather systems driven by the Pacific and Atlantic and a series of ridges and valleys. The result is coffee redolent of honeysuckle, lychee and strawberries.

Between November and February, coffee is picked from the 20 different lots on the farm. Soon after picking, the coffee is processed using one of three main processing methods – washed, honey or natural. Depending on the method, this can see the coffee drying on raised beds (known as Camas Africanas) for up to a month.

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