Africa + Arabia

We sell all coffees in 4 bag sizes: 25-lb burlap (lowest price per pound), 5-lb valve bag, 2.5-lb valve bag and 1-lb valve pouch.
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  1. Dark Ethiopian Yirgacheffe
    $9.40 - 15.25 /lb $15.25
    In 850 AD, it is said an Ethiopian goat herder discovered the wonders of coffee when his flock grew restless and wouldn’t go to sleep at night. Curious, he discovered that his flock had been eating the cherries of coffee trees. This innovator of … read more
  2. Dark Kenya AA
    $10.60 - 15.89 /lb $15.89
    On graduation day, after throwing your mortarboard into the air, you may have thought of the importance of letter grades as a thing of the past, but our Kenya AA beans prove otherwise. The AA designation is the highest grade on the scale and is based on … read more
  3. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe
    $8.70 - 14.85 /lb $14.85
    In 850 AD, it is said an Ethiopian goat herder discovered the wonders of coffee when his flock grew restless and wouldn’t go to sleep at night. Curious, he discovered that his flock had been eating the cherries of coffee trees. This artisan coffee … read more
  4. Kenya AA
    $10.80 - 15.71 /lb $15.71
    On graduation day, after throwing your mortarboard into the air, you may have thought of the importance of letter grades as a thing of the past, but our Kenya AA beans prove otherwise. The AA designation is the highest grade on the scale and is based on … read more
  5. Tanzanian Peaberry
    $9.10 - 15.55 /lb $15.55
    Most coffee beans are born twins. Within each cherry on the coffee tree, two beans are grown side by side, resulting in the flat face of most beans. Peaberries, however, occur when only one of the two seeds is fertilized, growing on its own without … read more

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