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Ethiopian Mocha
Ethiopia, the birthplace of the coffee plant, continues to produce the most ancient and some of the most unique coffees in the world. A mix of both long and short-berry beans, this coffee has a distinct,wild acidity.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe
Yirgacheffe is a truly unique and special coffee. Possessing a delicate acidity and medium body with remarkable aroma, Yirgacheffe is usually not blended and should not be roasted to a very dark degree in order to preserve its full, complex flavor and deep aroma.
Tanzania Peaberry
Grown on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, this coffee has some of the same characteristics as Kenya Coffee, though much lighter in acidity, Some believe that the smaller, more compact shape of the peaberry bean renders a flavor that is concentrated and more lively in the cup.