Arabia and Africa Gourmet Coffees

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Coffees from Arabia and Africa are sweet-flavored with an acidity that is somewhat tart or sparkling, and often with a wonderful fruity aroma.  The flavors range from hints of citrus to zesty, winy, and often mellow with interesting floral elements and a good balance of body and acidity.

The main coffee-growing countries in this region include Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Popular Coffees

  • Kenya AA Tembo Estate: Bright and with a light body, Kenya AA Tembo Estate coffee reveals hints of wine and passion fruit balanced by…
  • Ethiopian Fancy: ?
  • Yemen Mocha (Yemeni Coffee): Complex, deep earthy, and pungent with overlays of dry cinnamon, cardamom, dry fruits…
  • Tanzania Peaberry: Medium-bodied, deep richness, bright pleasant flavor, delicate and winy, with mild acidity.

Other Excellent Coffees

  • Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: A bright, medium- to light-bodied coffee with winy, berry undertones, distinct floral tones in the aroma…
  • Ethiopian Sidamo: Sweet and complex flavor. Tones of chocolate as well as hints of wine and spice. Soft, bright finish and floral aroma.
  • Ethiopian Harrar: Fruity flavor compared to dry, red wine, offering light, spicy tones and a complex flavor. Rich chocolate tones as well…
  • Kenyan Coffees: Bold, full- to medium-bodied with distinct bright acidity, intense flavors, and a winy richness. Complex and vibrant, yet…
  • Tanzania Hope AA Organic: Bright with a rich, smooth flavor and light body, sweetened by hints of apricot.
  • Malawi Ngapani AAA: Bright with medium body, crisp (East African) acidity and distinct fruity aroma with tones of hazelnut and chocolate.
  • Uganda Bugisi Organic: Full-bodied with a sweetness reminiscent of sun-dried tomatoes, Uganda Bugisi Organic has a clean finish.

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