Behind the Cup
The coffee tree most probably originated in Ethiopia, in the province of Kaffa, although the question is still open for debate. Ethiopia occupies a very important role in global coffee production. It ranks 2nd in Africa and 7th in the world.
The unique taste of the Ethiopian Limu is because of where it is grown, in the South-Est region of the country, alongside banana, cinnamon and tea plantations not far from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital city. The Limu coffee bean has been named “Africa’s most flavourful” and should officially be a “specialty coffee”.