Africa

  • Image of Ben Carlson, owner of Long Miles Coffee, standing among coffee trees and looking up at something out of frame.

    Burundi Long Miles Coffee Project

    This is our fourth year working with the Long Miles Coffee Project, founded by Ben and Kristy Carlson. They’ve slowly gained the trust of coffee farmers with their reputable business practices and unwavering vision to show the world the potential...

  • Ethiopia Guji

    Ethiopia Guji

    This lot comes from the Guracho washing station in the Guji zone located in southwest Ethiopia, close enough to Yirgacheffe to share some delicious terroir characteristics, such as florals, sweet orange, lime and lemon. This lot brings a big juicy body...

  • Kenya Gakuyu-ini

    Kenya Gakuyu-ini

    The Gakuyu-ini wet mill is east of Nyeri in the Kirinyaga growing region. This region also has nutrient rich, volcanic soil but with higher rainfall due to a bi-annual rainy season. These ideal growing conditions, paired with meticulous processing...

  • Ethiopia Wuri

    Ethiopia Wuri

    The Wuri washing station continues to bring innovative processing techniques to Ethiopia. It's the first washing station to offer anaerobic fermentation (washed) processing, and is working toward honey processed lots. When we first tasted this coffee,...

  • Rwanda Gisuma

    Rwanda Gisuma

    Coffee is a collaborative effort and this lot is a great reflection of the spirit of the Specialty Coffee Community. In 2009 56 women in Rwanda founded the Gisuma Cooperative as a way to improve their lives. They've grown the Coop, and with technical...