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Burundi Conventional Kayanza Women’s group coffee

$4.75 / per lb

Burundi Conventional Kayanza Women’s group coffee

A one time opportunity this year to try this unique African coffee at a great price.

The story as well as the flavor of the coffee is the selling point – 70% of Burundi’s war torn society depends on coffee and this is an example of a women’s group producing great tasting coffee and getting fair prices for their beans. There are many widows in this impoverished country.

Uganda Organic RFA UTZ – Fully washed Sipi Falls Grain Pro

$4.34 / per lb

Uganda Organic RFA UTZ
Fully washed Sipi Falls Grain Pro

This  Bourbon coffee is an organic, Rainforest Alliance certified coffee at a very reasonable price. It is a unique single origin coffee with a rich full body. It has tastes of toffee, caramel and molasses with deep fruit overtones.

The coffee is grown on farms located close to the border of Kenya.  – Carol really likes this coffee as a great drip coffee through-out the day

Ethiopia Natural Sidamo FTO

$5.00 / per lb

Ethiopia Natural Sidamo FTO

Another of the classic Ethiopian coffee regions, Sidamo coffees are known for medium body, delicate fruits, spice, and citrus. Our FTO Natural Sidamo fits the bill.

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Ethiopian Harrar 4 Natural FTO BLUEBERRY (Premium!)

$5.25 / per lb

Ethiopian Harrar 4 Natural FTO BLUEBERRY
(Premium Green Bean!)

You will need to give this bean a try!
We are now offering it at a fabulous introductory price of only $5.25 per pound.

This is the perfect, highly sought after Harrar. True Blueberry and Huckleberry pie taste with the crust note that makes it exceptional.

Limited availability on the west coast.

Ethiopia Harrar – Conventional

$4.75 / per lb

Ethiopia Harrar – Conventional

 

Historically, Ethiopia has been recognized as the birthplace of coffee. Ethiopia is located in the horn of Africa and is bordered by Somalia to the southeast, Djibouti to the east, Kenya to the south, Sudan to the east, and Eritrea to the northeast.

If you think all coffees tend to taste the same, you will be in for a surprise when you taste this opulently sweet, blueberry-toned coffee. Harrar is one of the world’s most ancient and traditional coffees, and one of the most exotic in the cup displaying heavy body and amazing fruit character.

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe FTO

$5.88 / per lb

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe FTO

 

The coffees of Yirgacheffe have long been prized for their delicate, tea-like aromatics and clean citrus flavor.

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe – Conventional

$4.75 / per lb

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe – Conventional

 

A distinctive coffee from Africa and one of the best highland-grown coffees. This washed Yirgacheffe displays powerful floral and citrus aromas with fine acidity, body, and flavor.
This coffee will take a dark roast well and deliver strong character and richness in the cup, but many people are attracted to its delicate, floral, and tea-like characteristics when roasted lighter to medium.

Rwanda Cafe Femenino FT

$4.50/ per lb

Rwanda Cafe Femenino FT

Deep and pungently spicy in the aroma with papaya and chocolate notes. In the cup medium-bodied, richly low-toned, and complexly fruity: papaya and black cherry with a dry chocolate edge.

Tanzanian Peaberry – Conventional

$4.35 / per lb

Tanzanian Peaberry – Conventional

Tanzania Peaberry Zanzibar is a premium blend from high grown estates in Southern Tanzania (Lunji, Utengule, and Kanji Lanji Estates) and Northern Tanzania (Mondul, Burka, Ngila, and Lyamungu Estates).

 

Malawi FT Mzuzu AB

$4.25 / per lb

Malawi FT Mzuzu AB

This AB grade coffee is comprised of the Taste of Harvest competition lots from Mzuzu Coffee Cooperative Union. The blend features the Taste of Harvest winning lots from Vunguvungu and Itulo washing stations. It also includes coffee from the Misuku region in the Northern highlands of Malawi, which produces the highest grown coffee in the country. The local language name for this lot is Tukubyala indunye mwa kofi ukupela akafuni, meaning “Our coffee is grown in the shade of banana trees”. This name originates from the Ndali spoken in the Misuku region of Malawi. Above, Mzuzu coffee staff assisting Vunguvungu Farmers at Vunguvungu Washing Station.

Kenya AA Plus Nguvu – Conventional

$5.00 / per lb

Kenya AA Plus Nguvu – Conventional

The Nguvu is a blend of coffees harvested from small-holder cooperatives the Murang’a district. The area is considered the traditional home of the Kikuyu tribe, which currently makes up 22% of the Kenyan population. Red, loamy soil and startlingly high altitudes contribute to a juicy, berry-flavored cup. Above, the Gatuya mill, one of the major contributors to the Nguvu blend.