Guadeloupe Islands is the oldest coffee growing region in the Americas. In 1726, Gabriel Mathieu de Clieu (former Governor of Guadeloupe) introduced Arabica Typica coffee seeds to Guadeloupe, originating from the Royal Botany Garden in Paris.
This variety of Arabica Typica has remained pure with no mixing with other varieties.Rare are those who know that Guadeloupe still produces coffee.
Its confidential culture and quality of its Arabica places him among the great crus prestige. Two great houses: Vanibel (www.vanibel.fr) and La Griveliere habitationlagriveliere.com 100% ARABICA and Made in Guadeloupe Islands