Africa

Tinker Coffee // Kenya Kiruga PB

Tinker Coffee // Kenya Kiruga PB

Farmers in Othaya planted their first coffee trees in 1956. The Coop has 19 wet mills. The Coop is located in Nyeri County, Othaya district, Eastern slopes of Aberdare ranges. Farmers selectively handpick ripe cherries that are delivered for wet milling the same day. The […]

One Line Coffee // Congo Sopacdi

One Line Coffee // Congo Sopacdi

Amid the tension and instability that plague the Kivu communities in eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo is a group of small-scale coffee farmers coming together to really make a name for themselves. The last few years, we have seen the development of […]

One Line Coffee // Uganda Kika

One Line Coffee // Uganda Kika

This dark roast offering comes from one of the least likely places to find specialty coffee in Africa: the Western Highlands of Uganda. In a region torn by conflict, much of the coffee grown here is Robusta—the heartier, less tasty sibling of Arabica. However, some Arabica […]

Dagger Mountain Roastery // Ethiopia Hambela

Dagger Mountain Roastery // Ethiopia Hambela

Ethiopia Hambela is sourced from METAD Agricultural Development PLC (METAD), a family owned business that operates the Hambela Coffee Estate. METAD has a rich history that began after World War II when the Ethiopian Emperor awarded Muluemebet Emiru, the first African female pilot and family […]

Eastlick Coffee // Burundi Bukeye Rubiziri

The Bukeye Rubiziri lot is a remarkable production of mixed bourbon varietals that was processed at the Buhorwa processing station in the East African nation of Burundi. It was sourced by Crop to Cup, who began working with the Buhorwa processing station in 2009. Hundreds […]