It is widely accepted that Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. It is believed that the forest of the Kaffa region is the origin of ‘Coffea Arabica’.
Coffee is ‘Bun or Buna’ in Ethiopia, so coffee bean is quite possibly a poor anglicized interpretation of ’Kaffa Bun’.
Unlike coffees from other regions, Ethiopian coffees have the genetic make-up and sturdiness to grow and spread with very little human interference. This means that there is not much need for pesticides and fertilizers, making them naturally organic.


LIMU is a region in the Oromia growing zone located in Southern Ethiopia. Limu coffee is renowned for its good cup, sweet, spicy/wine like flavours yet maintaining balanced body. This is considered one of the premium gourmet coffees worldwide.

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