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Coffee Growing Partners

Abraham Ageze

Mr. Abraham Ageze is a pastor, coffee farmer, mill owner, and general pillar of his small community. Along with his wife, Mrs. Tigist Wako, and their four children, Mr. Ageze owns and operates 13 small farms around the Idedo township, located 10 km northeast of Yirgacheffe City. The farms range in size from one to […]

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Adam Banata

Adam Banata grows and processes natural coffees on his 4 hectare farm in the highlands of Nensebo, West Arsi. Often lumped in with its more well-known neighbors, Sidama to the west and Guji to the south, West Arsi has been designated a unique coffee-growing origin by the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) in recent years and […]

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Anabella Meneses

Santa Felisa is a family business with deep roots and a legacy of excellence. Established in 1904 in Guatemala’s Acatenango region, the coffee farm is run today by siblings Anabella and Antonio Meneses. Anabella, an agronomist and ecologist, manages farm operations and coffee production while Antonio heads up sales and marketing. With over thirty cultivars, […]

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Dério Brioschi

Though only in his 20s, Dério Brioschi consistently produces some of the best coffees in Brazil at his farm, Sítio dos Cedros. He won the Venda Nova do Imigrante municipal coffee competition in 2014, the first of numerous awards he has accumulated since, including the coveted award for the best late-harvest coffee in Brazil. A […]

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Deyvid Oliveira Leandro

Deyvid Leandro is one of Brazil’s top “coffee makers,” professionals who, much like a winemaker, transform the realities of each coffee harvest into a unique portfolio of flavor profiles to meet ever-changing market demands. Playing a role in every part of the business, from seed to cup, Deyvid produces award-winning coffees at his family farm […]

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Elias Bayter

Brothers Elias and Shady Bayter first came to Little City while visiting Austin after taking a Q Grader class in Houston. Their instructor, a mutual friend and colleague, recommended that we meet and that we might enjoy some of the unique profiles they were offering. And boy, was he right! We were instantly impressed by […]

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Ephrem Sebatigita

Ephrem Sebatigita is a third-generation coffee producer whose family began growing coffee in Burundi in 1938. After studying electrical engineering in France, he returned home and officially began his career in 1984, working for the Burundi Office of Coffee (OCIBU). From that moment on he has dedicated his life to coffee, working in various sectors […]

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Ernesto Perez

Ernesto Perez Orea’s family has a rich and storied history that goes hand in hand with the history of Mexican coffee. His great grandfather, Antonio Pérez Galvan, was hired as a coffee trader by the Arbuckle Brothers in the late 19th century primarily because he was fluent in both English and Spanish. Antonio had one […]

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Felipe Ramos

Felipe Luiz Ramos de Carvalho acquired Terracota Farms in 2019 and immediately began to improve quality by planting new varieties, introducing new processes, and focusing solely on specialty coffees. In 2022, his first year participating, Felipe placed 18th in Brazil’s prestigious Cup of Excellence competition and took 4th in the Mogiana regional competition that same […]

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Isabel Arauz & Victoria Salgado

Isabel Arauz Zeledon began farming at the age of three, caring for cows and horses and growing potatoes with his godfather. He met Victoria when they were teenagers and the two eventually married, devoting their lives to family and agriculture. In 2019 they purchased their farm, Finca Zeledon, in Jinotega and have been growing excellent […]

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Jose Lizardo Alba

Finca Los Jazmines is Jose Lizardo Alba’s ten-hectare farm in Palestina, Huila, in the south of Colombia. Seven hectares of the farm are planted in about 27,000 coffee trees of several varieties—primarily Bourbon, Colombia, Castillo, Caturra, and Geisha. Since 2020, we have purchased his Pink Boubon, a hybrid of the more common red and yellow […]

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Mario Fernandez

Mario Fernández Sánchez (1947-2022) was a seventh generation coffee grower and native Veracruzano whose family has been in the coffee business for nearly 200 years. While living in Mexico City as a young man, Mario decided it was time to return with his family to Veracruz and in 1978 purchased land near Coatepec that would […]

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Mutheka F.C.S.

Chorongi coffee factory, operated by the Mutheka Coffee Farmer’s Society of Nyeri County, is the delivery point for about 1,000 of the society’s 5,600 small-holder members, who on average have about 250 coffee trees per family. After arrival, ripe cherries are pulped, fermented overnight, then rinsed, soaked, and dried slowly on raised tables. Chorongi’s excellent […]

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Sai Wan Maing

Green Land Estate is an award-winning coffee farm located in the Pyin Oo Lwin district of the Mandalay region in Myanmar owned and operated by Sai Wan Maing, a pioneering leader in Myanmar coffee production and and winner of the country’s best coffee competition. Even before the re-emergence of Myanmar onto the international scene, Green […]

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Tha Pye Gone

Since 2016, Little City’s Joel Shuler has worked with several international aid organizations, including USAID, Winrock International, and the Coffee Quality Institute, to help establish quality control systems for coffee growers in Myanmar. One group to implement some of these new systems suggested by Joel and many others was Beyond the Leaf Coffee, an organization dedicated […]

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