African Coffee


It’s over 30 million sure kilometers; that’s bigger than the United States, China and India combined. So when we say “coffee from Africa” let’s remember that we’re talking about many different regions. In fact, while Ethiopia and Kenya are well-known as coffee producers, countries like Angola, Burundi, Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of Congo are amongst some of Africa’s many producers. In general, though, African coffees are known for being fruity, sweet and floral. This means that from an African coffee, you might get all kinds of notes from blueberries to citrus. These are the kind of coffees that make you think, “Coffee can taste like this?” Some people like to refer to it as the special “sparkle” that you taste in these coffees.