Coffees from this growing region are the most distinctive in the world, characterised by dry, winy acidity, chocolate and fruit undertones, rustic flavours and intense aromas.

Ethiopia is the native land of coffee, and it was in Yemen that coffee was first cultivated and prepared.

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Six 200g packs of delicious coffees from around the world. Just £39.95 incl delivery

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36 Delicious Flavours in our Flavoured Coffee Range

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Yemeni Matari

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Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

The great grandfather of all coffees, still grown on arid mountainsides as it was in 600 AD. A natural sun dried coffee which has a dry note to the overall flavour. Generally, Yemeni coffee is known for its rich winey tones and the strong, lingering chocolatey aftertaste. Its heavy body, little acidity and beautiful bouquet rates it as the Bordeaux of the coffee world. Quantity discounts do not apply to this coffee. More Details

£35.99per 500g Pack

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Gedeb Grade 1 - NEW

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Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee comes from the Gedeb district, around 25kms South of Yirgacheffe. The Gedeb district is home to thousands of coffee farming families, and the region is quickly developing a strong reputation for outstanding coffees. Yirgacheffe coffees are renowned for their fragrant and floral taste profile, with wine and fruit overtones. The profile of this coffee is a delicious Floral Jasmine, Sweet Blueberry and Vanilla. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter, Cafetiere, through a Bean-to-Cup Machine or as a mild Espresso. More Details

from £20.14per 500g Pack(s)
(price per pack before quantity discounts £30.99) Add to Basket

Ethiopian Harrar Longberry

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Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

These elongated coffee beans are dry processed thus giving a heavy body with a soft "slightly wild" mocha flavour. Grown in the high eastern region of the country this coffee is said to be the 'true wine' of Ethiopian coffees. More Details

from £12.02per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £18.49) Add to Basket

Ethiopian Mocha Djimma

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Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

Although medium in body, this coffee has a rich, fruity flavour with winey undertones. The taste can almost be described as 'chocolatey'. More Details

from £10.07per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £15.49) Add to Basket

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

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Dry & Fruity

Probably the best of the washed Ethiopian coffees. This is a delicate coffee with a distinctive fruity flavour. It is smooth and light and can be considered as the Earl Grey of coffee. Drink it black as a refreshing pick me up on a warm summer day. More Details

from £10.91per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £16.79) Add to Basket

Kenya Estate AA

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Dry & Crisp

Top quality Kenya selected from an estate 100 miles north of Nairobi. This coffee gives a light, aromatic brew with a high acid content. The dry and crisp aftertaste is characteristic of fine Kenya coffee. More Details

from £10.91per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £16.79) Add to Basket

Kenya Peaberry

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Dry & Fruity

Sourced from Nyeri, our specially selected peaberry bean is said to contain all the best in Kenyan flavour. A fine acidity with a light, slightly fruity flavour. Because the coffee cherry only produces one ovule instead of two, the resulting peaberry absorbs all the goodness, so giving a fine quality and special liquoring. More Details

from £10.39per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £15.99) Add to Basket

Ethiopian Limu Organic & Fairtrade

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Dry & Full bodied

Organic & Fairtrade coffee from the birthplace of coffee, or so it is argued. Not just a barren dry land, but tropical jungles where coffee grows in wild gardens amongst other shade-giving trees. We have chosen this coffee from the Illubabor district for its fine floral taste and wonderful aroma. More Details

from £13.97per 500g Pack
(price per pack before quantity discounts £21.49) Add to Basket

Can't find the coffee you're looking for? Then call or email our office as we are able to supply additional speciality coffees that are not listed on our website.