The first coffee plantation appeared in Cuba in 1748. But the bigger cultivation started in 1789 by thousands of French coffee farmers that had to escape from the armed slave revolt in Haiti.
Those farmers established wide knowledge about farming and processing in matter of coffee.
The French coffee farmers grew coffee in Sierra Maestra. The climatic condition and the soil composition were ideal for coffee plantation and allowed an intensive development for coffee farming.
The Serrano grows in comparison to the other Caribbean coffees relatively low und gets trough it a clean cup profile.
The wet process leads to a coffee with a rich and soft aroma and remind a little honey note.
The Cuban coffee is also appreciated for his cultural and symbolic origin.