Our Coffee’s Origin

The native (undomesticated) origin of coffee is thought to have been Ethiopia. The earliest substantiated evidence of either coffee drinking or knowledge of the coffee tree is from the 15th century, in the Sufi monasteries of Yemen.

Our coffee offering consists of blends, coffees of origin and personally branded blends. Because we offer an array of 100% pure arabica coffee’s, our range lends itself to being enjoyed any time of the day and at all occasions.

Our blends contain coffees from various countries like Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Brazil, Guatemala, Colombia and Uganda.

Why our coffee blends taste so delicious, is based on what flavour you get out of the beans when roasted.  This is because we always carefully consider the actual taste of each of the coffee beans origin when mixing them.


Tanzania – Black Tea, Kiwi, Chocolate, Lemon, Blackberry.
Rwanda – caramelized cane sugar along with spice notes of clove, cinnamon, allspice and rose floral aromas. The buttery creaminess of the body carries into the after taste.
Ethiopia – taste blueberry jam, cocoa and maybe even a touch of cinnamon and cardamom in these amazing coffees.
Indonesia – Java coffee has a fairly rustic flavour profile with a lingering finish and a herbaceous nuance in the aftertaste.
Brazil – a mellow acidity, a strong caramel sweetness and perhaps with a nutty undertone.
Guatemala – Guatemalan coffees generally have a relatively high degree of acidity and often taste of chocolate.
Colombia – Sweet and medium-bodied, they have the most recognizable coffee flavour to most North Americans.
Uganda – Orange, Fruity and Pekoe Tea.