Coffea diversa gardens
If you visit a coffee farm in any coffee-producing country in the world, you’ll notice that there is usually only one botanical variety of coffee grown on that farm.
that there is usually only one botanical variety of coffee grown on that farm.
In other words, most coffee farms in the world are mono-varietal.
Coffea diversa has developed a completely different approach, the coffee garden approach. This estate
This estate grows many rare and exotic botanical varieties of coffee, and is in fact a multi-varietal operation.
of varieties. Most of the botanical varieties grown here are found nowhere else in the world,
Coffea diversa is the only place to grow them commercially. In the traditional coffee industry
different taste profiles are generated by the different terroirs where the coffee is grown.
At Coffea diversa, we’ve taken a different approach, we’ve fixed the terroir factor because we grow all our coffee on the same estate and cultivate it in a single location.
the different taste profiles of the coffee we produce are generated by the genetic differences of the numerous botanical varieties.
the genetic differences of the many botanical coffee varieties we grow.
There is an untapped source of taste profiles given by coffee genetics in the form of different botanical variants of rare and exotic coffee.
of rare and exotic botanical coffee varieties. This source of taste profiles has not been commercially available until now.
This source of taste profiles has not been available on the market until now.
Coffea diversa boasts the world’s largest private collection of botanical coffee variants, with over 700 specimens to date.
more than 700 specimens to date. So, just as in a classic flower garden, where you find
of plants producing different types of flowers, the Coffea diversa garden features numerous
you’ll find many types of rare botanical variants of coffee, which is why it’s said that Coffea diversa isn’t a coffee farm, it’s a coffee farm.
is not a coffee farm, it’s a coffee garden…
a natural mutation of the Bourbon found in Brazil in the early 1900s, drought-resistant thanks to its powerful root system. It is characterized by its purple foliage. A tall plant, the branching points on the main stem are widely spaced, and the flowers are pinkish. Beans are long, thin and pointed on one side. Low yield.
Producer: Coffea diversa Suchitan
Micro-region: Suchitan volcano
Altitude: 1500-2050 m
Process: Honey, sun-dried on African beds