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Uganda Dobrer coffee beans are 100% Arabica beans from Uganda. Dobrer means Dry Ugandan Arabica and coffee growers across Uganda have been processing coffee this way for generations. The climate of Uganda favors the slow development of coffee beans, allowing them to develop their full flavor. Coffee grows in the shadows of banana trees on the slopes of the extinct El-Gon volcano. Arabica beans are subjected to the oldest processing method, the so-called "dry". No water is used in the entire process, and the coffee berries are dried in full sunlight immediately after harvesting on specially adapted patios or tables for about a month.

Congo Kivu 100% Arabica coffee beans. Country of origin: Congo, Africa; region: Kivu; variety: Bourbon, an exquisite Arabica variety. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country with a unique microclimate and lush vegetation, thanks to which the coffee beans are of very high quality. The fruit is picked by hand and then transported to the wash, where it is carefully sorted and processed using the "wet" method. 100% Bourbon beans provide excellent coffee with notes of dried cranberries and milk chocolate. The coffee is suitable for filter brewing and espresso.


Rwanda Rushashi coffee beans come from Rwanda, which is one of the regions providing the best coffee beans in the world. Rwandan coffees have won many prestigious awards, are appreciated by connoisseurs and are highly sought after on the market. Ripe grains are collected by hand, then washed in washing stations and soaked in water. The next 20 days are the time for drying the fruit in the sun, and the next month is the period for aging them.

Kenya Kiambu AA coffee beans are grown in Kiambu, near Nairobi. The coffee is harvested by hand and then washed and processed in a traditional way. It is 100% dried in the sun on specially designed beds

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