African Coffee

The second largest continent and the oldest inhabited territory on earth, Africa is comprised of 46 countries including Ethiopia; the birthplace of coffee. The history of coffee can be traced at least as early as the 9th century in the highlands of Ethiopia. Mané, founder of Vermont Artisan Coffee, has personally visited all of the countries and regions in Africa where these coffees originated.

Ethiopian
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Hand picked and naturally processed, this is one of the best Ethiopian coffees, known for its unique citrus notes. This coffee comes from Sidamo Province, a southern region of the country known to produce beans that are chocolatey in tone, floral in aroma, and crisp in acidity.
Notes: Organic & Farm Direct
Roast: Medium/Light
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Kenya
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Kenya is Africa's second largest producer of coffee, just behind Ethiopia.This coffee is a washed Kenyan AB & hails from the Lenana region in Central Kenya, just south of the equator. This delightful Kenyan has a sweet, strong aroma, a winey taste, with notes of grapefruit. It boasts a big body and a bright finish.
Roast: Medium
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Nomad Blend
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A blend of 2 delicious East African coffees (Ethiopian & Kenyan). This is a difficult blend to achieve as we are mixing similar yet different coffees together. Usually these excellent coffees are sold straight on their own but we decided to blend to see what was possible. You'll find this richly decadent, full of body with a fruity/winey flavor.
Roast: Medium
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Tanzanian Peaberry
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Peaberries are single beans grown within the coffee cherry rather than the normal twin beans. The result, some say, is that peaberries are infused with double the attributes. This particular Tanzanian Peaberry has a winey body, with rich, golden raisin undertones.
Roast: Medium
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