On 10 February 2017, Cafe O'Reilly had approximately fifty (50) sacks of Arabia Beans from Santa Clara Province, harvested in January 2017. The same beans are used for the Serrano brand.
However, also reported that the coffee beans were Alto Serra Arabica from the Escambray Mountains (a range in the central region of the Republic of Cuba in the provinces of Sancti Spíritus, Cienfuegos and Villa Clara). There is a very small quantity of coffee grown there, Serrano and approximately 20 metric tons to 30 metric tons of the very high-grade Cristal Mountain with the remaining beans Robusta.
Residents of the city of Havana visit Cafe O'Reilly because they know that the beans are from the Republic of Cuba (the country imports green beans from other countries for domestic, including for hotels, restaurants and for retail), are roasted on premises (in sight) and the pricing is reasonable.
Cafe O'Reilly O’Reilly 304, Habana Vieja Havana, Cuba Telephone: 011 53 7 863 0206 Mobile: 011 53 5 264 4725
The Republic of Cuba produces Arabica coffee beans (Serrano Lavado, Serrano Especial, Turquino Lavado and Turquino Especial). The special grades of coffee beans are Cristal Mountain (highly-prized by consumers in Japan) from Escambray Province and Alto Serra 1, 2 and 3 from Guantanamo Province.
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