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Out of Africa, Blended Arabicas - Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania

Out of Africa is a perfect blend of high-altitude Arabicas from the birthplace of coffee. This is a Master Roast (Dark) of 3 temperatures, blending Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Uganda Bududa and Tanzania Peaberry coffees. It is really exceptional - bright, sharp, fragrant, and persistent on the palate.

All 3 of these origins come from regions where new co-ops are helping people lead better lives, with the help of outside agencies who have donated processing equipment, provided technical assistance and education, and paid fair prices for the crop over long-term contracts so farmers and their families are guaranteed living wages all year long. Two of these farms are woman-owned, and have distinguished themselves with local awards and accolades. This is the future of coffee sourcing! This is how coffee can change the world for millions of people.

8 oz bags, please choose drip or whole bean. Medium caffeine.

$7.95
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  1. 5 Star Review Superb

    Delicious; well balanced.

    Posted by on Nov 27th 2020

  2. 5 Star Review Tasty yet mild

    I like a substantial cup of coffee in the morning - full of flavor with little to no acid. This one is great. It has all the flavor and no detectable acid nor bitter aftertaste. A real winner !

    Posted by on Nov 21st 2019

  3. 5 Star Review Tasty!

    I did not know what to expect when I made this coffee for the first time, but what was created was a flavorful, satisfying coffee with little to no acid. This will be a repeat order !

    Posted by on Nov 6th 2019


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India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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