Barrington Coffee Roasters – Ethiopia Hambela Origin- Ethiopia Region- Oromia Locality- Alaka District Producer- Hambela Coffee Estate Altitude- 6234 – 7218’ Varietal- Heirlooms Process- Washed and Sun dried on raised beds Roast- Light We received a 96 point score for this coffee in March of 2016 from Coffee Review! Alluring aroma of curry leaf, flavors of mandarin orange … Continue reading "Barrington Coffee – Ethiopia Hambela"
Klatch Coffee – World’s Best Espresso Best Espresso in the world. World’s Best Espresso was awarded Best Espresso in World at 2007 World Barista Championship in Tokyo, Japan. The competition espresso won the honor over 45 competing countries. World’s Best features three legendary beans, Brazil Yellow Bourbon, Sumatra Lake Tawar, and Ethiopian Natural. Each … Continue reading "Klatch Coffee – WBC World’s Best Espresso"
The wildness of the Mocha coffee complements the smoothness of the Java coffee.
We are proud to introduce you to the brave women of Hinga Kawa Women’s Coffee.
The journey of both the producers and product are fully traceable by a third party
Tanzanian Peaberry has an earthy aroma with a bold and nature-like taste. It has heavy body, but goes down surprisingly smooth.
Ethiopia Amaro Gayo, a cup full of lush berry flavor, complex acidity and juicy body.
Project Congo marks our second philanthropic collaboration with our friends at On The Ground. In our Project Congo initiative, we will donate $1 for every pound of this exceptional Congolese coffee to promote and raise awareness of gender equality in the farming regions of the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
When we first visited the Hama Cooperative back in 2011, we were greeted by three adorable Ethiopian children. We'd tasted coffees from Hama previously and found them to present 'classic' Yirgacheffe characteristics: candied lemon, intense florality, and refreshing, citric acidity.
This impeccable Suke Quto microlot grows in the Guji Zone, the Southern part of the Oromia Region that borders the Sidama and Gedeo Zones.
Photo courtesy of Coffea Roasterie. Tasting Notes In the cup you’ll find a bright kiwi acidity, velvet body, and a crisp finish. About this coffee This coffee comes from the Tatu Estate 25km north of Nairobi. It’s grown in the red soil at the base Aberdare Mountains. Region: Tatu, Ruiru, Kenya Varietal: SL-78, Ruiru11 Process: … Continue reading "Kenya Tatu Peaberry"
Lion walking down the road in Kenya. Photo courtesy of Klatch Coffee. When we think of Kenya we think of lions…and great coffee. In Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, the city stretches around Nairobi National Park on three sides. Here rhinos, lions, and other wild beasts roam free against the backdrop of the only capital … Continue reading "Kenya Gaturiri"