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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Rwanda Coshaco

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This African coffee, is a beautifully rich sweet coffee, it is medium-dark roasted and can be brewed both as an Espresso or as a Filter / Cafetiere coffee. AROMA: Golden Raisin, Vanilla (particularly when brewed as a Filter/Cafetiere), and undertones of Cocoa. TASTING NOTES: Tangerine/Nectarine up front with hints of Golden Raisin, followed by undertones of Vanilla and Cocoa More Details

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Banko Gotiti Cooperative, located in the village of Banko Gotiti in the southern district of Gedeb in the Gedeo Zone, in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. This area is very near where coffee is thought to have first been discovered. Ever since the Banko Gotiti Co-op was established, it has consistently produced exceptional coffees, some of which can be traced down to a single farmer, which is virtually unheard of in Ethiopia. The indigenous ‘heir-loom’ varieties - which grow wild in Ethiopia - are responsible for the unique flavour notes of Yirgacheffe coffees, which make for an unusual but beautifully refined cup, generally characterised by strong citric acidity, sweet chocolate and floral/herbal notes of lavender, jasmine, bergamot & thyme. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Bergamot, Cream, Stoned Fruit and Dark Chocolate. More Details

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti 200G TRIAL SIZE - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti is sourced from family-owned farms organized around the Banko Gotiti Cooperative, located in the village of Banko Gotiti in the southern district of Gedeb in the Gedeo Zone, in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. This area is very near where coffee is thought to have first been discovered. Ever since the Banko Gotiti Co-op was established, it has consistently produced exceptional coffees, some of which can be traced down to a single farmer, which is virtually unheard of in Ethiopia. The indigenous ‘heir-loom’ varieties - which grow wild in Ethiopia - are responsible for the unique flavour notes of Yirgacheffe coffees, which make for an unusual but beautifully refined cup, generally characterised by strong citric acidity, sweet chocolate and floral/herbal notes of lavender, jasmine, bergamot & thyme. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Bergamot, Cream, Stoned Fruit and Dark Chocolate. NOTE: ORDER QUANTITY DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY TO THIS SIZE More Details

£13.49per 200g Pack(s)

Burundi Murambi

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

This coffee originates from Murambi - a sub-region of the Ruigi province in eastern Burundi, and is processed at the Gomba washing station. The Gomba washing station is located in the Buhinyuza District in Muyinga province, bordering Tanzania. The farmers are currently organised in groups of 30 people, headed by a lead farmer. This coffee has clean, crisp flavour notes with a creamy mouthfeel and velvety finish. The cup profile is Dark Chocolate, Plum, Cherries and Lime. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed using an espresso machine, Filter machine or Cafetiere. More Details

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Kenya Honeybush

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Dry & Fruity

Kenya is famous for delightful coffees, and the Honey Bush Estate produce a fine example. Grown in the foothills of Mount Kenya with nearby tea plantations, the two great Kenyan varietals SL-34 and SL-28 combine to produce a wonderful, yet affordable speciality grade coffee. This coffee has a Citrusy, Sweet smooth flavour. The cup profile is of Lemon, Kumquat, Caramel and hints of floral tea. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed through an espresso machine, filter machine and cafetiere. More Details

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Rwanda Kinini Estate - NEW

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Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

Kinini Coffee is a company started by Malcolm Clear and Jaqueline Turner, who first set up the charity A New Beginning in Rwanda in 2008 and then started growing coffee in 2012. It was set up to help a group of widows and orphans displaced during the genocide in 1994, who were subsequently resettled in an area of uncultivated savannah. The charity set up a school and a health post which has fully trained staff and is self-sufficient. Their work is still ongoing and they are raising another £24k to build three more classrooms for the ever growing school. All the farms are between 1,800-2,500 metres above sea level, with the area having an average temperature of 19C and an average rainfall of over 1 metre per annum. The coffee is sun dried for an average of 15 days, depending on the intensity of the sun. Kinini Coffee is washed Arabica coffee of the highest quality, and they are working towards becoming fully Organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance certified. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Orange, Raspberry and Dark Chocolate. More Details

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Tanzanian AA Ngila Estate - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Dry & Fruity

The Ngila Coffee Estate is around 100 hectares, containing some 150,000 coffee trees which produce around 120 tons of prime Arabica highland coffee every year. The coffee varieties are Bourbon and Typica. The farmlands are located at 1500 -1600 metres above sea level and 4° south of the Equator. It’s positioned on the edge of the cloud forest of the northern highlands, near to the Conservation Area on the slopes of Ngorongoro crater in northern Tanzania in East Africa. Ngila Coffee Estate was founded at the beginning of the twentieth century by a German settler. It was an ambitious undertaking but was a success. The coffee farmers laid the foundation for the unique coffee that grows in this mineral-rich volcanic soil. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Blackberries, Caramel, Peanuts and Black Tea. More Details

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Yemeni Matari

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
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

£27.99per 500g Pack

Ethiopian Harrar Longberry

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
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

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Ethiopian Mocha Djimma

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
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

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

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Flavour:
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

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Kenya Estate AA

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Flavour:
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

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Kenya Peaberry

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
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

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Ethiopian Limu Organic & Fairtrade

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
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

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