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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.
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.