Aromatic African Coffee
Kenya leads the African taste profile with its bright sparkly appeal, while Ethiopia tends toward fragrant sweetness. These coffees are known for the fruity notes and vibrancy they bring to the cup.
Our Collection of African coffee
This prized AA grade African bean delivers an exceptional cup with snap, spiciness, and lemony brightness.
Sidamo is valued for its deep, spice, wine, and chocolate-like taste and floral aroma. The most distinctive flavor notes are lemon and citrus with bright crisp acidity.
From the western highlands of Ethiopia, this natural-processed coffee exhibits a spicy, wild flavor, distinctive aroma, and good body.
From the Kaffa region, this Ethiopian coffee is grown at 1,700 – 2,200 meters above sea level. It has a mellow body with a complex flavor, which includes fruit, floral, citrus notes, and a bright, floral, sweet aroma.
One of the oldest coffees still produced. Sometimes called "Mocca," the cup has a distinctive fruity aroma and taste, along with a full body. Natural processed.
Selected from coffee cherries that yield a single pea-shaped bean, many think that the smaller peaberry produces a more intense flavor. A distinctive, crisp, and full-bodied cup.