The world’s favourite coffee is back!
Alma de Cuba is on a mission to restore Cuban coffee to its rightful position.
In the 1940s, Cuba was the world’s biggest exporter of coffee, shipping 20,000 tonnes of beans every year. But by 2012, Cuban coffee production was in what seemed like terminal decline. It looked like nothing could save it.
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Through a carefully built partnership with the Cubans, Alma de Cuba is now working towards supplying Cuba’s mountain coffee farmers with the tools they need to help re-establish Cuba’s coffee crops once and for all.
But this isn’t just excellent news for Cuba, it’s excellent news for discerning coffee drinkers everywhere, because Cuban coffee of this quality hasn’t been readily available for 50 years. So while many people may have tasted coffee from Cuba, very few have tasted anything like this.
Grown in the rich, fertile soils in the balmy climate of mountains overlooking the Caribbean - this is known to be one of the best coffee-growing climates anywhere in the world.
Each young coffee plant is tended to each day by the mountain farmers – or ‘campesinos’ – who carefully harvest the precious cherries with un-gloved hands, ensuring each one is kept in perfect condition.
The beans are then batch roasted in small quantities and shipped to order. The end result is a uniquely smooth but strong, rich and nectarous coffee with a clean taste and medium body.
Alma de Cuba is presented in beautifully designed tins and bags, whose bold graphics channel the spirit of Cuban art and evoke the soul of this remarkable country – as well as the soul of the coffee itself.
Alma de Cuba is offering Gay Times readers £5 off their first purchase. Enter GT1 at the online checkout.
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