In the SW Lake Bamedjing area, quality Arabica grows in a country better known for Robusta coffee. A delicious, easy drinking coffee with smooth body.
The Limmu region of Ethiopia’s western highlands is the place where great Arabica coffee was first discovered – it’s the mother of all coffees, and like a Mother, it is soft, warm and great for everyday use! Best used in a filter or manual pour-over, like an Aeropress.
In Western Rwanda, smallholder farmers grow select lots of AA specialty coffee, which are wet pulped at US Aid sponsored washing stations. Ideal for espresso, or as black coffee.
On the northern foothills, near Lake Malawi, the finest AA/AAA coffees are grown by 3000 members of the Mzuzu Coffee Planters Union. Ideal for drip filter or plunger brewing.
The Rain Forest Alliance initiative, in the Sipi Falls region, oversees that coffee is grown sustainably. 7000 co-operative farmers adhere to these standards, producing fine specialty coffee at the same time.
1000 smallholder farmers bring their cherries to the Kiaragu Mill in the Nyeri region. Delicious peaberry coffee with typical fruity flavours. Ideal for manual drip filter or plunger brewing.
Under the shade of large broad-leaved canopies, small scale farmers provide coffee cherries to the Mutare Mill for processing. The coffee is graded, with only the highest AA beans going to the specialty export market.
On the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro, co-operative farmers grow AA bean coffee under the shade of banana trees. Ideal for filter or plunger brewing.
Region of Kibira
On the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro, co-operative farmers grow AA bean coffee under the shade of banana trees. Ideal for filter or plunger brewing. On the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro,...