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Coffee from Africa
Try one of our ethically sourced, small batch roasted coffee varieties from the continent of Africa.
Coffee from the Oromia, Ethiopia region
Cupping at 91 pts.
Altitude: 1,300m ASL
Varietals: Heirloom Typica
Processing: Natural (Dry Process)
Tasting Notes: Blueberry! Dried fruit, floral, jasmine tea
About the farmers: “Oromia is a large coffee cooperative in Ethiopia, which makes it all the rarer that they would have coffee scoring over 90pts. With their profits, Oromia has reinvested in their community almost $1M in 2018 alone. Oromia used $738k to increase their cooperatives access to standardized wash/dry stations, which has already begun to increase quality and quantity of production for farmers. Additionally, they were able to use profits to reinvest $47k in potable water for members and launched a $50,346 investment targeted at assessing children aged 5-7 and implementing solutions to any failure in the education system for them. Clean water, increased education, and job opportunity make Oromia the exact type of success story we enjoy partnering with.” ~ Cafe Kreyol
Coffee from the Kayanza Province, Burundi, Africa
Altitude: 1,760m ASL
Varietals: Arabica Microlot
Processing: Honey Processed
Tasting Notes: Asian pear, raspberry, orange-cream soda and juicy plum/silky and syrupy body, taffy and ripe cherry sweetness, caramel apple acidity, raspberry, mulled wine and herb finish
Roast: Light and Medium
About the farmers: “Nestled deep within the heart of the small coffee producing country of Burundi, on the border of Kayanza Province, is the village of Bukeye. Bukeye bustles with all the activity of village life and that activity spills to the very edge of the road. Just beyond this village, down a tree lined dirt road, lies the backbone of Long Miles Coffee Project; the Bukeye washing station. Bukeye is the first washing station built by Ben and Kristy Carlson, an American family who see the potential of Burundi coffee and its farmers. The LMCP Bukeye washing station has over 160 committed employees, most of whom call the surrounding coffee hills home. They work tirelessly, in and out of season, to produce the best quality coffee possible. Bukeye’s high altitude, moderate climate and close proximity to the Kibira rainforest bring out the potential in each bean. The individual micro-climates of each hill combined with the station’s ideal conditions guarantee unique and exquisite notes in every cup.” ~ Cafe Kreyol
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