The history of coffee in Panama is nothing short of a modern day love story. While debate exists over when coffee entered Panama, some claiming the late 18th century and most saying the early 19th century, there is little debate over who transported those precious first beans. The first coffee seeds were brought to Panama by a retired English sea captain and his Panamanian wife, whom together, wished to start a coffee farm.
Seduction, smuggling, coffee barons, slavery... No, we are not promoting a new film. We are talking about Brazil's colorful, captivating history with coffee. From the Brazilian beans illicit beginnings to world arabica domination, Brazil's coffee history is as bold and strong as her beans