Coffee farming in Cameroon dates to 1884, during the German colonial era. Today, coffee production is very important for the economy of Cameroon.

The very rich and volcanic soil, high altitudes and notable rainy seasons all make Cameroon an ideal place to cultivate coffee. Coffee is grown in seven regions of Cameroon: Centre, East, Littoral, North-West, West, South and South-West. The Littoral regions (particularly Mungo, a bastion of Robusta production) and the West regions account for the greatest share of output: 41% and 36% of the total respectively. The Centre, East and South regions account for around 5% and exclusively produce Robusta.

Much of the production in Cameroon still lies in the hands of small farmers with plantations ranging from 2 to 10 hectares, almost all included within diverse agricultural systems.

Region/Province More Regions
Farm Coffee is sourced from a number of plantations in regions
Growing Altitude 800-1000 m.a.s.l.
Robusta Variety Robusta
Processing method Natural
Certification Not certified
Packaging 60 kg bags
Cupping Notes full body