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Africa & Arabia

Burundi – Mpanga Washing Station Kayanza*LIMITED OFFERING
Jean-Clement Birabereye opened this washing station in 2008 and he puts a
premium on the farmers contributing to pick ripe cherry and practice organic
methods (though the farms do not carry organic certification). Each year Mpanga
puts out some of the most high quality, clean coffees coming out of Burundi. In 2014
Mpanga was awarded 1st and 3rd place in the Cup of Excellence competition. The
Coffee Exchange has offered the Natural lot in the past, and it was so good that we
decided to bring it back. This years lot is 100% Red Bourbon coming from the
Nyangwe family farm. Notes of rhubarb, watermelon, and peach make this coffee as
good as it has been in the past, if not better.

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Congo – Lake Kivu - SOPACDI
This coffee brews a smooth and complex cup, with excellent acidity, and notes of chocolate, plum, grapes, and orange, with a creamy mouthfeel.

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Ethiopian Yrgacheffe
The Yirgacheffe growing area is located in south-central Ethiopia and the region’s farmers produce some of the most distinctive and best coffee in the world. We usually end up with a couple of different lots from different growing partners during the year. This gives us the opportunity to show all Yirgacheffe has to offer.

Full City Roast – Honey, floral, red plum, tea-like finish
French - Roast - unsweetened chocolate, sharp, lingering finish

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Kenya Top AA - Kiangombe Washing Station Kirinyaga*LIMITED OFFERING
Kiangombe washing station opened in 1998 and the village surrounding it has a
spectacular view of Mt. Kenya. With the highly prized varietals of SL-28 and SL-34
being washed in the waters from the Mukengeria river and dried on raised beds this
Top lot displays notes of tomatillo, dried pineapple, and chocolate along with a big
creamy body. This coffee is sure to please even the most discerning taste buds.

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