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The History of Coffee

The History of Coffee

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. Coffee was discovered in the Kaffa region (southwestern Ethiopia), hence the name coffee. Only 20% of the coffee in the country is commercially farmed, with the rest coming from smallholder farmers, who harvest coffee mainly in...
Best Cafe in Addis Ababa

Best Cafe in Addis Ababa

    Alem Buna is hands down our favorite cafe in Addis Ababa. Not only is the coffee spectacular, but they also sell kilos of their ‘special blend’ which we buy in bulk and traffic across international borders. A macchiato is 7 birr ($0.35 USD) including...
Coffee Ceremony

Coffee Ceremony

In celebration of a panel of coffee experts voting Ethiopia as the best coffee producing country in the world, we decided it was time to write up a blog on the sacrosanct, majestic Ethiopian coffee ceremony. Coffee ceremonies are a wonderful, culturally rich tradition...
Traditional Coffee in Ethiopia

Traditional Coffee in Ethiopia

  Jebena over coals   Littered around town, in tiny corrugated tin huts, are Ethiopia’s majestic buna bets. These small traditional coffee houses serve you espresso grade coffee, brewed in an Ethiopian jebena (traditional clay coffee pot). Coals heat the...

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