Coffee farm in Colombia- Colombian coffee has always been a favorite...smooth and sweet yet bold enough to wake all senses.

Coffee farm in Colombia- Colombian coffee has always been a favorite...smooth and sweet yet bold enough to wake all senses.

harvesting coffee beans, coffee farm, El Salvador - National Geographic July 1944

harvesting coffee beans, coffee farm, El Salvador - National Geographic July 1944

All I need is a hammock and Casa Elemento | The Travel Natural - the world's largest hammock is found in the coffee farm region of Colombia

All I need is a hammock and Casa Elemento | The Travel Natural - the world's largest hammock is found in the coffee farm region of Colombia

After they're picked, these coffee cherries on Fazenda Recanto, a Rainforest Alliance Certified farm in Brazil, are sifted to remove any loose twigs or leaves. They're one step closer to your coffee cup!

After they're picked, these coffee cherries on Fazenda Recanto, a Rainforest Alliance Certified farm in Brazil, are sifted to remove any loose twigs or leaves. They're one step closer to your coffee cup!

A Film About Coffee is a documentary about the world of specialty coffee. The film traces specialty coffee production from coffee farms in Central America and Africa to the hip third wave cafés of ...

A Film About Coffee is a documentary about the world of specialty coffee. The film traces specialty coffee production from coffee farms in Central America and Africa to the hip third wave cafés of ...

A coffee tree will flower and produce coffee cherries just once a year, yielding nearly 1 lb of roasted coffee.

A coffee tree will flower and produce coffee cherries just once a year, yielding nearly 1 lb of roasted coffee.

Kona coffee cherries.... Still not as good as Dunkin Donuts!! Especially at $23 a pound!! Hahahaha

Kona coffee cherries.... Still not as good as Dunkin Donuts!! Especially at $23 a pound!! Hahahaha

"Kona coffee blooms in February and March. Small white flowers cover the tree and are known as “Kona Snow”. In April, green berries begin to appear on the trees. By late August, red fruit, called “cherry” because of the resemblance of the ripe berry to a cherry fruit, are starting to ripen for picking."

"Kona coffee blooms in February and March. Small white flowers cover the tree and are known as “Kona Snow”. In April, green berries begin to appear on the trees. By late August, red fruit, called “cherry” because of the resemblance of the ripe berry to a cherry fruit, are starting to ripen for picking."

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