Expo Tlaqueparte will bring to Rosarito the best coffee in the world

Colombia has 22 coffeemaker regions in the country, meaning that coffee tinges will change depending on which region they are from

TlaquepArte, the most important worldwide handicraft exhibition in Mexico, has come back to Baja California and it represents a unique opportunity to buy products that are not easily found in Northern Mexico.

Among these products one can find, obviously, Colombian coffee, a country which has the perfect geography to harvest coffee. This delicious product is a way of life for this country’s inhabitants as 560,000 families depend on this activity.

Something that everyone should know is that Colombia has 22 coffeemaker regions, which is why the tinges will change depending on their origin in each of Colombia’s regions; in the northern area coffee tends to have a medium bitterness with notes of chocolate and hazelnut.

On the other hand, the country's center area has coffee that tends to have acid flavors and medium body with fruity scents. It should be noted that Colombia coffee is considered one of the best ones in the world and, in fact, thousands of tourists go to this country to taste its smooth, high-quality coffees.

The best thing about Playa de Rosarito’s TlaquepArte Expo is that, like in previous years, you will be able to choose among coffee products not only from Colombia, but from many parts of the world.

Although we have highlighted Colombia coffee, it should be noted that Mexico’s coffee also has an excellent reputation, and this exhibition will be perfect not only for those who love handicrafts, but also for those who love coffee.

These are the products and places that will participate with their handicrafts and products: Mata Ortiz ceramics from Chihuahua, Olinalá boxes from Guerrero, Taxco silver, exotic wood from Cuba, paintings from Peru, carved wood from Ecuador, guavas from Yucatán, ceramics and blanket clothing from Jalisco, lamps from Turkey, costume jewelry from Turkey and Russia, Egyptian rugs, sombreros from Panama, and an endless supply of products from all over Latin America and the world.

The event will begin on Friday, March 18 through Monday, March 21 at Baja California Center, located in Escénica Tijuana-Ensenada Freeway No.1029, Ejido Mazatlán.

Find out more about Expo Tlaqueparte on their official Facebook page.



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