Before the coffee gets into our cup, it goes a long way, passing through 40 pairs of hands. Each of them has its own culture, face and amazing history.
40 Hands is a journey that begins with coffee plantations, in the course of which we learn about the people who have dedicated their lives to coffee. It is a journey through generations and latitudes that touches on the same values: "Respect, dedication and responsibility, especially in relation to nature," says Enrique Mansilla Hoyos, a Peruvian farmer who has worked with us for many years.
His ancestors produced coffee in Nagazú, but at that time there were no roads, so production was small, according to the needs of the family.
"And then I was born," says his son Abel, "and Lavazza came here almost at the same time with her social support project, providing us with the equipment and the necessary expertise, thanks to which our production processes were improved."