Cafe Princesa Janca, Boquete/Panama, Coffee shop story

Posted in COFFEE TRAVEL
on June 24, 2014

‘Shaded by century-old trees and the majestic Baru volcano, lulled by the singing of the quetzal bird and the murmur of the wind, it grows, develops and matures into a great coffee…’

This coffee company had been founded by a former president of Panama, who has a strong passion for coffee.
The plantation with its coffee shop is located outside the town center of Boquete.
After an hour walking, while passing several coffee plantations, we enjoyed an aromatic coffee break at this quiet and peaceful location. We also tried the cappuccino, which is excellent. It had been prepared with fresh, creamy and slightly sweet milk. Using high-quality milk and water is important for making delicious cappuccino.

When we continued our walk back to the town center, we noticed a milk factory across the road. What a coincidence :-).

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