Quality Beans

We source its beans from direct fair trade small farm holders. So as to keep it quality to our standard and work in a way that could benefits all the participants.  We in Arkibuna emphasis in producing the right product in small batches than doing it in bulk. Which we learn growing up from our forefather. A typical coffee drinking takes time in Ethiopia. it will undergo the following process for immediate consumption. A small handful of coffee beans will be washed truly multiple times and it will be roasted slowly shaking it so as it is not burned and lose its good flavors.

Three Flavors

Yirgacheffe

$13.99

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Yirgacheffe coffee beans have a very distinctive fruity and citrus taste. Yirgacheffe beans when roasted light to medium will bring out an exceptional test that will bring delight to any coffee drinker novice or hardcore.

Yirgachefe is one of the woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region of Ethiopia, named after its major town Yirgachefe. Part of the Gedeo Zone, Yirgachefe is bordered on the south by Kochere, on the west by the Oromia Zone, on the north by Wenago, on the east by Bule, and on the southeast by Gedeb. Yirgacheffe coffee bean are grown on high plateau (1800-2100 meters).  Ethiopia coffees are among the world’s most varied and distinctive, and at least one, Yirgacheffe, ranks among the very finest.

Yirgacheffes and Harar coffee in particular are considered by Ethiopians as “garden coffees,” grown on small plots by villagers using completely traditional methods. Besides some govermant owned commercial farms. all Ethiopian coffee are grown in small patch of land on the backyard of this farmers or picked from small patch forest ares owned by this farmers’ cooperative.

Sidamo

$13.49

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Sidamo is exceptionally heavy bodied and quite sweet.  Sidamo Coffee is a washed (wet-processed) coffee respected for its sweet complexity and floral aroma along with a very muted acidity yet a very full and rich body with tones of chocolate, wine and spice. The aftertaste is soft and bright.

Sidamo is a large coffee growing region in southern Ethiopia producing dry and wet processed coffee beans in a wide range of altitudes ranging from 1200-2100 meters. These beans are graded by the government into different grades from grade1-9.  From which grade 1& 2 are strictly for specialty coffee. The southern nationalities states in southern Ethiopia is home for exceptional coffee beans. This southern Ethiopian regions   are  birthplace of coffee. It is here that the lush, green Sidamo coffee grows.

Harrar

$14.99

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Harrar coffee beans have a very distinctive fruity, floral-toned acidity,blueberryand  – bright in the cup. Ethiopian Harrar unroasted green coffees include Longberry (the largest coffee beans), Shortberry(smaller beans), and Mocha (Moka; Mocca), which consists of peaberry coffee beans

Heavy-bodied, spicy and fragrant, Ethiopian Harrar coffee is a wild and exotic dry processed (natural) Arabica coffee that is grown on small farms in the Oromia region (formerly Harrar) in southern Ethiopiaat elevations between 1,400 meters and 2,000 meters. The province of Harrar, is east of Addis Ababa, the country’s capitol.

Harrar coffee in particular are considered by Ethiopians as “garden coffees,” grown on small plots by villagers using completely traditional methods. Besides some government owned commercial farms. all Ethiopian coffee are grown in small patch of land on the backyard of this farmers or picked from small patch forest areas owned by this farmers’ cooperative.