Welcome to the hidden gem of Renacimiento, Panama. This region beckons specialty coffee lovers and coffee roasters seeking a taste of the extraordinary. In the eastern province of Darién, Renacimiento takes you on a journey that captivates specialty coffee. Specially… Read More »Renacimiento: A Gateway to Extraordinary Specialty Coffee
Escape the bustling streets of NYC and embark on a travel adventure to the breathtaking region of Bocas del Toro. The mesmerizing world of specialty coffee awaits. As you set foot on this idyllic Caribbean paradise, prepare to be captivated… Read More »Bocas del Toro: A Passionate Journey Specialty Coffee
Put on your trusty bucket hat and prepare for a captivating journey into the world of specialty coffee as we explore the enchanting region of Volcán in Panama. For those seeking to deepen their knowledge of coffee cultivation and indulge… Read More »Discover the Flavors of Volcán Specialty Coffee
Indulge in the extraordinary world of specialty coffee as we take you on an exclusive journey to Boquete, Panama. For those with a thirst for knowledge and a love for exploring new flavors, this enchanting region offers a gateway to… Read More »Unveiling Boquete’s Specialty Coffee Paradise
Panama is known for producing exceptional specialty coffee, and several regions stand out for their quality and unique flavor profiles. The main specialty coffee regions in Panama include: These specialty coffee regions in Panama showcase the country’s commitment to producing… Read More »Specialty Coffee Regions in Panama
Chiriqui Province is one of my favorite places to visit in Panama. Located in the western part of the country, it offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and outdoor adventure. As someone who loves exploring new destinations,… Read More »Chiriqui Province Specialty Coffee and Farms
I have visited many places in Latin America and still need to visit many more. Coffee farms Chiriqui Panama are located near the border of Costa Rica in Chiriqui. It takes about 3 hours to reach this city by car driving from Panama City, Panama.
Coffee production first sprang up in Panama in the early 1900s. At that time, though, there was wild coffee throughout the Pacific Ocean side of Panama. It was the Boquete Valley that stood up to lead the burgeoning industry. Pioneering arabica coffee, which the International Coffee Organization today recognizes as some of the highest quality in the world. Panama honey processed coffee is one of the preferred by many coffee lovers due to its caramel and dark chocolate notes.
This farm grows mainly Caturra, Bourbon and some Geisha coffee varieties. There are some old Bourbon coffee plants that still produce great quality coffee cherries. These plants are over 10 years old and harvest once a year. Coffee farms Chiriqui Panama are situated around the same region, but I had the pleasure to visit my friends farm Finca Don Vicente. This is a family owned farm which has been running for generations.Read More »Coffee Farms Chiriqui Panama
I will be posting more coffee farm pictures during this week about coffee farms I have visited in Latin America. This post its only part of a series of pictures I took at many Latin America coffee farms. All these… Read More »Coffee Farm Pictures in Chiriqui, Panama
The architecture in Panama City in Panama is outstanding. I did not know this cool city has so many modern skyscrapers and super modern architecture. I felt the economy in this country was outstanding, even though there are many poor… Read More »Panama City, Panama Modern Architecture
Beautiful coffee farms in Chiriqui, Panama. This farm is located at the border of Costa Rica – Pura vida! Main coffee plant varieties include Caturra, Geisha and Typica. This Panama coffee farm has an incredible bio-diversity. I will be posting… Read More »Panama Coffee Farm Chiriqui City
Although the population of Panama is only 4 million, those 4 million people inhabit an area of just 29,000 square miles, making Panama one of the most densely inhabited countries in the world. Previously part of Colombia, the entire history… Read More »Panama Coffee and Brief Country History