Our offering for African coffees contains 6 - 2 oz. pouches of these fine coffees. (a 2 oz. pouch makes 10 -12 standard cups of coffee). These coffees are very unique and most have been purchased at auction for your drinking pleasure. They will all be roasted in the medium to dark range, which for African coffees is excellent.
Kenya AA Select
Burundi Kibingo Kayanza Honey Processed
Rwanda Ibisi Mountain
Tanzania Kilimanjaro Plantation
Kenya AA Select: "Our Kenya AA is deeply complex with a powerful wine-toned acidity and full body. Its complexity includes fruit flavors alternating with spice. This coffee is another one of our favorites and possesses a very loyal following. Once you experience our Kenya, nothing else quite measures up.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is one of the best African coffees on the market today, thought to be the origin of coffees centuries ago.. Light to medium roasted allows you to enjoy the wonderful undertones inherent with this bean. Try some and enjoy as your next cup of morning coffee. This is a Fair Trade coffee.
Burundi Kibingo Kayanza Honey Processed This wonderful offering of Burundi Kibingo Honey Processed in itself is a very unique and hidden gem in the coffee world. When we sampled this bean we knew we had to make it available for our coffee club members and valued customers.
The Kibingo Central Washing Station is located in the Kayanza commune in northern Burundi. It handles crops from approximately 3600 registered growers.Each producer harvests from an average of 300 trees. The station itself has 10 fermentation tanks, 2 soaking tanks, and a drying field with 170 raised beds. Kayanza is one of the most reputable growing regions of Burundi. Soils are rich and volcanic, while the growing conditions are optimal all year.
Tasting notes: Caramel, Jasmine, Orange, and a nice acidity
Congo Muungano: Women's Lot Fair Trade
Congo Muungano - Women's Lot Fair Trade coffee was a special purchase at the Grounds for Health Auction
Cupping notes: Brown Sugar, warm spice, and green apple with an 85 point cup score
Grown in South Kivu at an altitude of 6562 feet above sea level
Rwanda Ibisi Mountain: Rwanda Ibisi Mountain Micro-Lot coffee was a special purchase at the Grounds for Health Auction June 2019. This coffee cups at 86 points and has characteristics of Pear, Plum, and Baked Apple with a juicy mouthful. One of our Coffee Club members did a product review and simply said " BOLD, not for the meek"
Varietal: Red Bourbon
Grown: Southern Nyamagabe at an altitude of 5250 feet above sea level
Tanzania Kilimanjaro Plantation:
Origin – Tanzania
Location at Origin – Mount Kilimanjaro
Name of Farm – Kilimanjaro Estate
Grade – AA
Processing method – Fully Washed
Altitude – 2,000 – 2,500 meters above sea level
Varietal – K9, N39 & Batian
Cupping Notes – cinnamon, light milk chocolate, stone fruits
Grown on the southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, this estate has the ideal growing conditions for exceptional coffees. With volcanic soil, indigenous shade trees and glacier-fed rivers Mount Kilimanjaro Plantation thrives.
Mount Kilimanjaro focuses on the health of their coffees and their community. MKE ensures that they can offer medical care, insurance, retirement plans for long-term employees, HIV training and testing, scholarships for local schools, and large investments in community projects. Mount Kilimanjaro strives to harmonize coffee quality, people, and the environment. As a large coffee estate in Tanzania, Kilimanjaro Plantation is aware of its environmental responsibility and has set standards that meet the requirements of UTZ certification. MKE is continuously and conscientiously reviewing these standards.
This washed coffee is grown at 2,000 – 2,500 meters above sea level and is made up of KP, N39 and Batian varietals.
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