Coffee or Buna (in Amharic, the national language of Ethiopia)
The Art of Coffee starts from Ethiopia .
Ethiopia the origin of all coffees of the world
is a small family business center runs by Ethiopian entrepreneurs. Our mission
is to bring the Ethiopian product to the world market. Our philosophy is the coffee
farmers should get their fair share, also we believe
the consumer should pay for the inside content, not for the company brand or for
the fancy packaging. We believe that consumer will be benefited if they buy from
companies like us who have a direct tie with local farmers, since we are part of
the framers society buying from us will have a direct and indirect impact
on the coffee farmers. We believe we have the best and affordable product much better than the leading
coffee sellers since we have a life time experience and we know which coffee is
For Ethiopians , coffee is part of their tradition and culture as well part of their life. In most Ethiopian cultures, coffee is part of daily life, it is a joule of life, where family, friends and neighbors share their friendship and daily happenings . In Ethiopian culture, coffee is more than a drink, it is a tradition where people enjoy their leisure time with their loved ones. It is a place where people share ideas, solve problems, exchange news, establish new friendships, welcoming newcomers, celebrating holidays and sharing good and bad times. It is also one of the golden foreign exchange commodity for the Ethiopian government.
The traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony is more than just brewing coffee and sip a cup of coffee. Instead, it is a long and exciting process, where people can spend hours enjoying quality time. It is ten times better than watching TV or movie. This traditional ceremony has been in the Ethiopian tradition for centuries. Also, it is one of the most important piece will be missed by several Ethiopians when they are away from home. It is a blueprint that has been passing from generation to generation for long time.
If you are one of the fun of tradition coffee brewing, we can offer you these choices.
If you already have the tradition Ethiopian coffee accessories (Ethiopian Coffee clay pot, Ethiopian coffee roaster and coffee grinder), we will give you a Ethiopian Green Coffee Bean. We have three choice for the Ethiopian Green Bean Coffee.
The Award winning Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Ethiopian Harrar coffee and the Ethiopian Keffa.
If you want have the Ethiopian traditional roasted coffee, we will supply you a hand roasted coffee (Ethiopian Style). Since coffee has tendency to loose its flavor if it stayed for few weeks after roasting, we will not roast the coffee until we have your order. For the green bean or roasted coffee we use Gusset Foil Coffee Bags with "K"Type Seal on Bottom and with Swiss made Valve; Size: 85x65x330mm; AT this time we sale only 1lb.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: Ethiopian Yirgacheffe ranks among the best African coffee. Ethiopia produces some of the most varied and distinctive gourmet coffee beans in the world. Different from other African coffees and Ethiopian Harrar, Yirgacheffe adds a soft, fragrant, flowery note that is complex to the palate with a long resonant finish.
Ethiopian Harrar is an excellent soft,
heavy-bodied coffee with an exotic, pungent aroma. Similar to Mocha and
excellent for entertaining.
EthioCoffee is a company whose mission is to provide a natural and fresh coffee to its customers. Our specialties are Ethiopian and Kenyan Coffees. One of the best thing about our coffee is we have the cheapest price and we provide a product directly from the coffee farm.
Currently we provide manual roasted Coffee (Ethiopian traditional way) coffee. We don't roast the coffee until we receive your order. This will allows us to keep the flavor of the coffee fresh and testy. To know more about Ethiopian traditional coffee roasting and brewing please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also we sale Ethiopian coffee traditional coffee roasting and brewing accessories: We have wooden coffee server, Ethiopian traditional clay coffee pot, perfume gum, Ethiopian traditional clothes and so on. For more info please click here
Coming soon, the African Coffee and Tea...
If you want to know more about EthioCoffee please send us your info at email@example.com October 24, 2004
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