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Volcanica Coffee™ – – Announcing the launch of  Volcanica Coffee Company, making available the finest exotic gourmet coffees from volcanic mountains regions around the world.

Today, Volcanica Coffee Company announces the official launch of the company and website, www.VolcanicaCoffee.com. Volcanica Coffee is a specialty coffee importer and retailer of single origin gourmet coffee beans grown on volcanic soil.

”We discovered that the common trait among the finest gourmet coffees from around the world is that they originate from high altitude volcanic mountains” said Diane Contreras, Volcanica vice president of sales. “Our focus is on importing only the exotic gourmet coffee varieties from the various volcanic regions around the world.”

Volcanica Coffee searched and found the finest coffees from Costa Rica, Kona - Hawaii and the Jamaican Blue Mountains. At 3,000 to 7,000 feet above sea level on the slopes of what are currently active or inactive volcanoes, the coffee plants are nourished by rich nutrients found in the volcanic soil, abundant moisture and cloud cover.

The fertile conditions on volcanic mountains produce better beans, not only because they have the effect of increasing the acidity of the bean and thereby improving the flavor, but also because the cold nights that occur at the higher altitudes mean that the trees develop more slowly, which also allows the beans to develop a fuller flavor. The regular rainfall that is caused by precipitation at the higher altitudes is also essential for the proper development of the trees..

”The volcanic mountain growing conditions result in a remarkable smooth and rich taste that is unmatched by any other variety,” continues Contreras. “We established relationships directly with the farmers that meet our high standards of consistently providing the best beans from the best coffee growing regions. We do not offer any coffee blends as we believe that people need to enjoy and experience the rich flavor offered by 100% pure single origin coffees. Most importers and retailers mix the finer coffee beans with cheaper ones diluting the true flavor. Volcanica Coffee offers single origin coffees from the Costa Rica Tarrazu region, the Kona region in Hawaii and the Jamaican Blue Mountains with plans to import from other regions.

Volcanica Coffee is a specialty importer and retailer of exotic single origin gourmet coffee beans. The Company is committed to offering only the finest quality coffee from volcanic regions around the world that is wonderfully exotic and remarkable in taste.


Contact Information:
Diane Contreras
Volcanica Coffee Company
(954) 592-5868
dcontreras@VolcanicaCoffee.com

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