It is a vast area of coffee culture in Latin America. The history of coffee culture in Latin America goes back many centuries. There are many regional differences due to the variety of coffees grown locally. Central America and South America hold a central place in the history of coffee and their culture. Along with strong, fragrant, and rich espressos, there are delicious cafe con lache, cortados and tinto and cafe della. Many names are available for the most widely consumed caffeinated beverage in this country. It’s not surprising that this rich culture and long tradition was transplanted beyond the Latin American borders. Gregorio Bustelo was the man who started Cafe Bustelo in 1928. A Spanishman, he traveled to many Latin American cities, and fell in love, especially in Havana, with espresso-style coffee drinks. Cafe Bustelo opened in East Harlem (New York) to spread this culture to the masses. In order to attract the Latino community in East Harlem, the prices were very affordable. At the time, they didn’t have access to coffee in a professional setting. Cafe Bustelo now sells instant coffee beans, coffee beans, and packaged coffee in K-cups throughout the USA. It’s present everywhere there’s Latin coffee culture. You can instantly recognize Angelina, the famous face of Gregorio Bustelo’s wife, on all their coffee packages. The vibrant yellow packaging highlights the rich and vibrant coffee within.