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‘Finca La Corcovada’ to be marketed as gourmet coffee

By: Rex Inego | Jun 01, 2011 04:20 AM

Finca La Corcovada coffee produced at Gran Canaria, a coffee farm in the Spanish Canary Islands will soon be marketed as a specialty gourmet coffee. As per the reports, this rare and unique coffee will become a gourmet high-end coffee. In 1788, King Carlos III has introduced the coffee to this group. Over the years the coffee industry in the area has grown significantly. Today, the Canary Islands generate 304 tonnes of coffee yearly. With the plan to expand the production, there will be more plants coming up which will in turn increase the production. Gran Canaria coffee growers hope to preserve the quality of Finca La Corcovada, instead of exporting coffee in mass. There is a dispute that this same coffee is grown in Caribbean. Special climate on the islands is in favour for growing this unusual variety of coffee. Skilful techniques are used by these farmers to create the final product for the market.

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