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Tierra Linda means ‘beautiful land’, an ecologically and culturally rich land with a diverse landscape encompassing the Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. And that’s what we’re all about, making the most of nature’s ingredients, preserving and defending it.
Tierra Linda’s simple mission is to produce the highest quality coffee and chocolate in the world in the most ethical and sustainable way possible.
We have a coffee for every time of day and every mood: our different collections allow you to try them all and we guarantee you’ll find something you love. Are you ready to discover your new favourite Ecuadorian coffee?
Discover the delicious, natural taste that sets Ecuadorian coffee apart
The amazing biodiversity of the 4 regions and richness of their volcanic soils allow Ecuador to grow different types of specialty coffee. Ecuador’s altitude is famous for growing Arabica coffee beans that have the perfect balance of acidity, sweetness and bitterness. The northwest region of the country grows mainly Robusta coffee beans. This region offers the most complex and diverse coffee, with high acidity, body and a complex aroma. To the south, Loja, produces coffee with defined acidity, medium sweetness and a delicate aroma. One of the most unique coffee-growing regions is the Galapagos Islands. Here, cool winds and the rich volcanic soil produce coffee that is delicious, well balanced and rounded.
World-Class coffee from the Galapagos Islands
Our artisan coffee comes from a beautiful island called Santa Cruz, one of the largest towns in the Galapagos Islands. This unique island is home to the Charles Darwin Research Station and has windswept beaches, lush reserves where giant tortoises roam freely and massive volcanic craters.
Facts about Santa Cruz:
-The original English island name was in honour of formidable British warship HMS Indefatigable
-Santa Cruz is the most diverse Galapagos island with six different vegetation zones.
-Area: 380 sq metres
-Highest Point: 2,834 ft
-Black and rusty coloured volcanic rocks are still visible across the island, testimony of ancient lava flows.
Enjoy the taste of this speciality coffee, product of an explosive volcanic past!