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Comment from Raj Patel, … enjoy your coffee today. Thank you for speedy dispatch. …Yirgacheffe has a really nice texture. The ground coffee looks reddish and reminds me African soil. My friend has already ordered from you. Buna Oromia Café is serving varieties of single origin coffee. Come and discover the difference at 13 Brecknock […]

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Buna Oromia Cafe Open

Buna Oromia Coffee shop is now open and serving at 13 Brecknock Road, London N7 0BL The single origin, organic arabica coffee from producers is probably be the only shop that serve non blended coffee in Camden. Free coffee tasting is provided to customers from the selection of coffees (Harar, Jimma, Yirgacheffe and others) to […]

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Big discount for our customers and organic coffee lovers

  We are making 35% discount and free delivery on coffee beans.

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Come and Taste our Organic Arabica coffees

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Place Earth natural foods Address 200 Kentish Town road, London NW5 2AE Date 12 July 2014 Time 11.30AM to 3.00PM

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Taste before you buy

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  There was coffee tasting and display at Earth natural Foods supermarket on 7 June 2014 from 11.30 to 3.00PM. Over 60 people tasted the coffee, collected leaflets and took part in question and answers sessions. One person who tasted the coffee said he returned from Ethiopia last week. He was in the capital Addis […]

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Coffee tasting session

Saturday 7 June from 11.30 to 3.00Pm At Earth natural Foods supermarket 200 Kentish Town, NW5 2AE on The five selected, premium organic coffees are from producers, Oromia/Ethiopia Limu: medium acidity with distinct winy flavour. Jimma: medium acidity with chocolaty taste.     Harar: strong mocha with fruity aroma. Yergacheffe: one of the finest coffee; smooth and […]

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Come To A Coffee Tasting

Taste before you buy! We hold coffee tasting sessions in Central London so you can discover the quality of  Buna-Oromia Coffee before you buy. The tasting sessions take place at: The Peoples Super Market in Lambs Conduit Street, Earth Natural Food in Kentish Town, Bumble Bee at Brecknock Road and for over a year now […]

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Who Benefits?

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The company advocates ethical trading and fair pay to producers. We aim to promote the Oromia coffee farmers’ principle of self-reliance and hard struggle against eliminating poverty in the region by growing coffee. Hence, we shall transfer some of the profit to support the farmers’ education, healthcare and development programmes.

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Meet The Coffee Producers

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In Oromia coffee is a key cash crop that touches many aspects of the lives of people in the region. Generally the Oromo people use coffee for various purposes including for religious rituals, but by and large it is consumed for nourishment and during social occasions. Discussions at coffee break cover all aspects of local […]

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About The Coffee

Coffee was first discovered in the Kaffa region of Ethiopia. The word “coffee” is derived from “Kaffa”. Varieties of coffee grow in a number of regions in Ethiopia. However, the major varieties are growing in Oromia. Therefore, Buna-Oromia is coffee from its origin. The qualities of those Arabica coffees are due to nature; the high […]

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