SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — For the first time in half a century, Americans will be able to sip imported Cuban coffee.

The single-serve gourmet coffeemaker Nespresso will be selling Cuban coffee in the United States starting this fall.

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It will be the first Cuban product to reach American consumers since the U.S. and Cuba renewed diplomatic ties.

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Nespresso will sell its Cafecito de Cuba in stores, online and by phone.

The company also plans to help Cuban coffee farmers improve their planting, harvesting and production methods. Nespresso says they hope to the local growers improve their profits and ultimately better their standard of living.

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“We’re not looking at this as a short-term achievement,” Nespresso USA president Guillaume Le Cunff told USA Today. “It’s the starting point of a very long-term initiative. We’re very optimistic that we can drive and build this project. Ultimately, we want consumers in the U.S. to experience this incredible coffee and to enjoy it now and for years to come.”