Africa & Middle East

Africa & Middle East
Africa & Middle East
If coffee was born in Africa, growing wild in Ethiopia and harvested for a variety of uses since "time immemorial" (as the history writers seem inclined to phrase it), then coffee came of age on the Arabian Peninsula, aka Arabia Felix, aka Yemen, where coffee brewing and cultivation was discovered, or invented, depending on how you look at it, giving rise to the world's first famous coffee from the port of Mocha. Ironically, Africa was also one of the last places to grow coffee commercially. Coffee plantings were not successful in Kenya until the 20th century and in several countries coffee has grown commercially for less than 60 years.

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  1. Tanzania Mara AB - Tarime District *TOP LOT* Dark chocolate, raspberry, apricot, lime
    The Annex CA PC12169#1
    15 BAGS Available Spot
  2. Tanzania AB - Elton Farm 'Lot 167' Tobacco, rustic, Sumatra-like, heavy body
    The Annex CA PC14414#1
    55 BAGS Available Spot
  3. Tanzania Wet Hulled RFA - Aviv Estate Red fruits, big body, peat moss, licorice
    Continental NJ PC16425#1
    305 BAGS Available Spot
  4. Tanzania AB - Elton Farm 'Lot 168' Chocolate, prune, heavy body
    The Annex CA PC14413#1
    62 BAGS Available Spot

4 Items