Unroasted Africa Sampler Pk-Green Coffee Beans 4LBS - 100% Raw Arabica Beans

Unroasted Africa Sampler Pk-Green Coffee Beans 4LBS - 100% Raw Arabica Beans

SKU: AFGRN4PK
$38.99Price

You will receive four, one pound bags of the many great different origins that encompass the regions of Africa.

WE SEEK OUT UNIQUE COFFEE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD Our coffee buyers source unique and quality unroasted green coffee beans from single-origin farms and co-ops all across the world.

100% RAW ARABICA COFFEE BEANS Arabica coffee beans are known across the world for their quality and superior flavor over other coffee species. Enjoy some of our top offerings that rotate seasonally with each harvest.

VERSATILE GREEN COFFEE BEANS FOR ANY ROAST PROFILE Whether you enjoy drinking light, medium or dark roasts, Martini Coffee beans offer a unique approach to sampling and tasting premium products at a value.

VERSATILE GREEN COFFEE BEANS FOR ANY ROAST PROFILE Whether you enjoy drinking light, medium or dark roasts, Martini Coffee beans offer a unique approach to sampling and tasting premium products at a value.

 

 

 

  • Product Description

    This Martini Coffee Unroasted Green Coffee Sampler Pack includes FOUR 1LB Bags of Unroasted Green Coffee Beans from Africa. Offerings can include: Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda to name a few. *Singles Origins are Subject to change based on availability. OUR COFFEE IS VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE, AND NON-GMO - We are constantly on the lookout for new coffee suppliers who have adopted fair-trade, non-gmo and organic practices. STORE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE AND AWAY FROM SUNLIGHT - The best way to store coffee beans is in a cool, dry container and at room temperature. Avoid leaving any coffee beans in open sunlight as the light and oxygen will break down coffee the fastest.

  • About this Item:

    • Rwanda A - Misozi Kopakaki Coop - Fair Trade (GP)

      Cupping Notes: Green Apple, Lime, Rhubarb, Wine

         Elevation: 1525 to 2400 meters

         Varietals: Bourbon

         Milling Process: Fully Washed

         Drying Process: Raised beds

         Harvest Start Month: June

         Harvest End Month: September

         Misozi Kopakaki is grown in the Karongi District of western Rwanda by over 800 small         farmers. The farmers in this area have pooled their coffee, resources, and knowledge           together in an effort create the best coffee possible by forming a cooperative they               called Kopakaki. After forming their coop, they joined a group of coops called Misozi to       aid in the final processing and exportation of their coffee. The Misozi and Kopakaki               coops are proudly certified Fair Trade to guarantee transparency and fairness                         throughout their growing community.

     

    • Kenya Kapluso Factory AB (GP)

      Cupping Notes: Apricot, Pineapple, Plum

          Elevation: 1960

          Varietals: Kenya SL28,Kenya SL34,Ruiru 11

          Milling Process: Fully Washed

          Drying Process: Kenya drawer style

          Harvest Start Month: December

          Harvest End Month: February

          This lot is sourced from the Boma washing station in Kericho County, approximately              150 kilometers from Eldoret and 80 kilometers southwest of the town of Kericho.                  There are 360 members of the washing station, of which 120 are women. Most                        producers in the region use SL or Ruiru varietals, which are well-suited to the soil of              the area. Coffee is dried for 14-17 days, then washed according to traditional                            processing. The end result is a coffee with a clean profile accented with bright citrus            notes.

     

    • Organic Uganda Bukonzo Fair Trade (GP)  

      Cupping Notes: Brown Sugar, Cocoa, Raisin

      Elevation: 1200 to 1500 meters

      Varietals: Kenya SL28

      Milling Process: Fully Washed

      Drying Process: Patio and solar dried machine

      Harvest Start Month: August

      Harvest End Month: November

      The Bukonzo Organic Farmers Co-operative Union (BOCU) is committed to sustainable coffee production in Western Uganda. The Union is made up of 1,975 smallholder farmers, the majority of whom are women. BOCU has invested in social programs and technical training for its members and continues to push for better coffee production. To that end, producers have established shade trees throughout their farms, allowing coffee to be shielded from the sun, resulting in a slower maturation process. Producers have also built terraces and planted ground cover crops to help manage erosion.