Peruvian-style coffee has made its debut in Manassas with the opening of Artidoro Rodríguez Café's first U.S. retail location.

This Peruvian coffee company launched a coffee bar on Friday inside Taty’s Chicken, a Peruvian restaurant located at 10768 Sudley Manor Drive, Manassas.

"We are proud to be the first restaurant to host an Artidoro Rodriguez Peruvian coffee bar," said Claudio Felipe Munoz, owner of Taty’s, in a statement. "We look forward to offering this fine product to our customers."

Artidoro sources its coffee beans from 150 small producers in the Peruvian mountains, specifically the Villa Rica and Amazonas regions. The company unveiled its plans at the 2024 Specialty Coffee Expo in Chicago earlier this month. Artidoro’s release in the U.S. is being supported by two distributors: Costa Verde, catering to supermarkets, and Peruvian Foods, serving restaurant. 

"Artidoro is committed to supporting Peruvian coffee growing whose objective is to open bridges between coffee communities and new international markets, said Félix Rodríguez, CEO of Artidoro Rodríguez Café. "Good coffee should not only be a pleasant consumer experience but also a means for coffee farmers to achieve their dreams."

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Coffee is a significant agricultural export for Peru, with 223,000 families dedicated to cultivating it across 425,400 hectares each year, according to a news release. Peru exclusively produces Arabica coffee, with prominent varieties including Tipica, Caturra, Borbón, and Pache.

With it's grand opening last Friday, May 24th, 2024, this coffee bar will open Prince William, Virginia resident's and visitors a new and special experience. 

Make sure to follow Artidoro Coffee USA's social media for more updates and more information! 


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