It is generally recognized that Africa is the birthplace of coffee – in Ethiopia specifically. If it weren’t for those dancing goats, who knows what we would be drinking today to keep us running? Though each region produces beans with their own specific characteristics, coffees from Africa tend to be brightly acidic with fresh fruity and berry flavors.
Coffee from Yemen, the only Arabian country from which we carry beans, is a complex coffee with a distinctive pungency. In addition to the unique coffee, Yemen also gave us the terms Mocha and Java. The wild aromas and flavors make this coffee stand out from the rest.
Medium to heavy body with high acidity
Indonesia / Oceania