Lists of Organic Coffee Brands

Here are a couple of helpful lists if you are looking for information about organic coffee.

A List of Coffees from Colombia

Colombian organic coffee brands are among the best in the world. Not only is Colombia is producer of large amounts of coffee but many of its brands are coveted the world over. Colombian organic coffee brands include the following:

List of Colombian Organic Coffee Brands
Brand Retail Quantity Retail in Dollars
Volcan 500 grams $11
Linea Roja 500 grams $10
Sostenible 500 grams $13
Origen 500 grams $13
Frailes 500 grams $10
Juan Valdez 500 grams $12.50
Aribica 500 Grams $10

This table lists Colombian organic coffee brands available in the Colombian Cafetero. Prices are retail in Colombian Pesos and the US dollar equivalents are based on the late 2013 exchange rate of around 1,900 Colombian Pesos to the US dollar. Purchasing Juan Valdez organic coffee, and other Colombian organic coffee brands, is easy in Colombia and is easy if it has been exported from Colombia. However, getting Colombian organic coffee brands sent from Colombia can be difficult. Contact us at www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org for info.

A List of Coffees from Panama

Panama mountain grown organic coffee ranks among the best in the world. Panama is the small Central American country that serves as a land bridge between North and South America. The Cordillera Central, the mountainous spine of Panama with its volcanic soil is ideal for growing healthy organic coffee. This is a relatively small region so Panama does not compete for tons of coffee produced against the large scale coffee producers of Arabica coffee like Brazil or Colombia. A prime example of Panama organic coffee is Duncan Estate produced by Kotowa Coffee. This Arabica coffee received honors as the best organic coffee in Panama in 2005 and the best organic coffee in the world in 2006. It is is certified by Bio Latina. Other Panama mountain grown organic coffee certified producers receiving Bio Latina organic coffee certification include the following:

  • Los Lajones Estate Coffee S.A.
  • Leap Of Faith Farms, Inc
  • Hacienda La Esperanza
  • Hacienda Barbara Jaramillo
  • Finca Señor Ramón Arauz
  • Finca San Miguel de La Montaña
  • Finca Ramon Arauz
  • Finca El Remedio – Ama de Casa
  • Finca Dos Jefes
  • Asociación de Caficultores Orgánicos Ngöbe Ascon

Coffee Organic Coffee in Your Neighborhood

Much of the organic coffee consumed in the USA comes from coffee houses. Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Dunn Brothers, Peets, and your local coffee house commonly carry organic coffees. If you always get your coffee on the go just ask for organic when you get coffee from your favorite coffee house. You can always ask for your favorite coffee house coffee treatment and still be organic.

All coffee house coffee starts with espresso and here are the variations:

  • Americano
  • Breve
  • Cappucino
  • Latte
  • Mocha

Americano

Americano is a coffee house coffee made from espresso and diluted with water. This goes back to the World War II era and after when GI’s who were used to Mom’s home perked or boiled coffee asked the barista to add water to their espresso to make it less strong. Think “weak espresso.”

Breve and Latte

Both of these are made with espresso and foam. Latte is made with steamed milk and breve is made with half and half. For latte think “coffee with milk” or café au lait and for breve think “coffee with milk and cream.”

Cappuccino

Cappuccino is made with espresso plus hot milk plus lots of steamed foam.

Mocha

Mocha is for coffee and chocolate lovers. It is made with espresso plus chocolate syrup plus milk.

For more info about lists of organic coffee brands contact us at www.BuyOrganicCoffee.org.


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