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This Week’s Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Kaffa Wild Forest Coffee

We are back to the roots of coffee traditions. This weeks coffee has a history that goes to the very roots of coffee culture itself. A cup of the Ethiopian Kaffa region wild harvest connects you to centuries of the oldest traditions … Continue reading

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This Week’s Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Kaffa Wild Forest Coffee

From the region that gave us the name for coffee, and possibly coffee itself, the Wild Forest Coffee of Kaffa is back as this week’s featured roast. For more on this please go here.

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This Week’s Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Kaffa Wild Forest Coffee

From the region that gave us the name for coffee, and possibly coffee itself, the Wild Forest Coffee of Kaffa is back as this week’s featured roast. For more on this please go here.

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This Week’s Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Kaffa Wild Forest Coffee

This week the Kaffa Wild Forest coffee is back. It is a honour to have this coffee in the shop. For more on this please go here.

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This Week’s Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Ethiopian Kaffa Wild Forest Coffee

This Ethiopian is from the region of Kaffa! The history behind this coffee is massive. Kaffa gave coffee its name. Legend has it that this is where coffee was first discovered by ‘happy goats’. This area and its forests are said … Continue reading

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Roaster’s Cheer – Continued!

Last night I roasted two of the coffees that came in yesterday afternoon. The Cuban and the Ethiopian. The Cuban is a Crystal Mountain Coffee from the nutrient-rich soils of the Escambray Mountains. The soil, climate and careful cultivation combine to … Continue reading

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