Malawi

A relatively small producer. Malawi coffees are characteristically East African – floral and soft, with a delicate sweetness and bright acidity.

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Kenya

One of the premier coffee-producing countries in the world, with coffees primarily sold through the unique government-run auction system. Kenyan coffees are graded by size with the AA and PB (peaberry) being the most common among premium coffees. The simplicity and transparency of the Kenyan auction system tends to reward better coffees with better prices. …

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Rwanda

Often compared to Kenyan coffee, Rwandan coffee at its best is creamy-bodied, with sweet citrus acidity reminiscent of Kenya. The best offer caramel and floral notes on the finish, adding a pleasing layer of complexity.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the birthplace of the Arabica coffee bean and presents an extremely complicated coffee environment. Coffee varies greatly depending on the region in which it was grown; coffees can be either natural or washed (often in the same region).

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