From Brazil, the Typica coffee variety moved to Peru and Paraguay. In the late eighteenth century, cultivation spread to the Caribbean (Cuba, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo), Mexico and Colombia, and from there across Central America (it was grown in El Salvador as early as 1740). Until the 1940s, the majority of coffee plantations in Central America were planted with Typica. Because this variety is both low yielding and highly susceptible to major coffee diseases, it has gradually been replaced across much of the Americas with Bourbon varieties, but is still widely planted in Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica.
Every happy camper needs a unique Typica coffee variety mug. It’s lightweight, durable and multifunctional. Use it for your favorite beverage or a hot meal, and attach it to your bag for easy access on a hike in the forest or at your favorite city.
All sales of coffee accessories go back to coffee farmers and producers in Latin America. Money goes back to the purchase of coffee directly from farmers and producers. 100% Direct Trade. Thank you for your help.
• Material: Enamel
• Dimensions: height 3.14″ (8 cm), diameter 3.54″(9 cm)
• White coating with a silver rim
• Hand-wash only
• Blank product sourced from China
Attention! Don’t heat liquids or food directly in the mug—it can damage the coating.