Bilateral Trading

Coffee for International Bilateral Trading

Smell the Goodness of Brew from Around the Globe.

Coffee, a beverage of choice enjoyed by millions worldwide, has a lengthy history and a wide range of cultural influences. It has established itself as a necessary component of many people’s daily routines. People are fascinated by coffee because of its distinctive flavour and energising qualities. Do you wish to trade coffee from various countries? We share a list with you on why to import coffee from these countries.

Ecuador: Ecuadorian Coffee

Chief Trade & Investment Officer, Cristina Chiriboga

Over the last few years, Ecuadorian coffee has gained popularity among coffee enthusiasts and experts and is now becoming the favourite coffee origin for roasters around the world.

The various ecosystems in Ecuador contribute to the development of unique flavour profiles in coffee beans that are cultivated at various altitudes (high and low). This also includes the world-renowned Galapagos Islands.

Ecuador is one of the few countries in the world that grows and exports both varieties of coffee: Arabica and Robusta. Furthermore, the careful cultivation and processing techniques used by Ecuadorian farmers play a critical role in the production of high-quality coffee. Speciality coffee from Ecuador has obtained scores above 90 points on the SCA scale at prestigious international cupping events.

El Salvador: Salvadoran Coffee

 Ambassador Guillermo Rubio Funes

The production of coffee in El Salvador honours a legacy of a country that is perfected and cultivated by artisan hands that, with tradition and care, preserve its essence during the whole process: from the plant to the cup. There are six coffee-growing regions where recognized Arabica varieties such as Pacamara, Bourbon, Pacas, Kenya, Geisha, and hybrids, among others, are produced and harvested. The denomination of origin and recognized brand ‘Café de El Salvador’, will elevate your palate to international consumption standards that guarantee a lifetime experience in each cup.

The quality of Salvadoran coffee is recognized in select markets, such as Germany, Belgium, Italy, Japan, and the United States. Through a celebrated and famous international program called ‘Cup of Excellence’, Salvadoran coffee is quoted at prices that certify its recognized prestige. Undoubtedly, Salvadoran beans stand out for their good flavour, pleasant sweetness, and balanced body; being versatile enough to meet any world consumption trend.

JAMAICA: The Blue Mountain Coffee

High Commissioner Jason K. M. Hall

The Jamaican Blue Mountain Range is a majestic backdrop to Kingston and Port Antonio, soaring up to one of the highest peaks, but only coffee grown between 3,000 and 5,000 ft can be designated Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee. The misty mountains with over 200 species of flora and fauna found only in Jamaica are, together with the John Crow Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is known for its mild, smooth, and well-balanced flavour profile that verges on being creamy, with subtle floral, and nutty notes that takes up to five years to mature and that are typically hand-picked, carefully sorted to ensure only the ripest and highest-quality beans are used.

This coffee is not grown in large quantities; 0.1% of the world’s total coffee production has earned a reputation for quality worldwide. It has won numerous awards and accolades, further cementing its status as a premium coffee variety. Blue Mountain coffee’s unique characteristics make it versatile for various brewing methods, including pour-over, French press, espresso, and more. This versatility allows people to experiment and find their preferred brewing style.