The long journey of coffee

Welcome to Colombia’a coffee zone where world’s most high quality coffee is grown throughout the year. In Spanish they call it ‘Eje Cafetero’; it is the interior region of Colombia, the State of Armenia made up with mountains and valleys with a suitable climate throughout the year for coffee growing. First let’s have a look at world map: Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, these three countries produce the 56 % of the whole coffee in the world. Yet the Colombian coffee is known as having the best...

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Colombia’s coffee axis, how to visit?

The ‘coffee zone’, ‘Eje cafetero’ or the ‘coffee axis’ of Colombia is located in the interior of the country, between the Andes Mountains, in the state of Armenia. Coffee trees spread over the mountains, a scenery of green trees and valleys, a soft and warm climate throughout the year, little villages, jeeps carrying packs of coffee with a latino song on the radio, the sound of birds, thermal waters, colonial towns with colourful streets, this postal card like place of Colombia is also...

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