Timor - Organic
Coffee has been organically grown for over 200 years in Timor-Leste’s steep highlands and the coffee forests with their large shade tree canopies now cover an estimated 128,494 acres. It is the country’s biggest agricultural export and employer with over 50,000 Timorese families relying on the coffee harvest for a substantial part of their income. During the main harvest, June to August, you’ll see the Timorese picking the red coffee cherries and if travelling in the producing areas you’ll need to veer around patches drying in the sunshine on the road edge.
- Lime Zest