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Economical Impact          
'Trade Over Aid'

90% of the coffee purchased by consumers ends up in the pockets for large multinational. The farmers are left with only 10%, even though they provide all labor and investment costs! This is simply not justifiable--we can't let this imbalance continue at any cost!"
It's time to take action against these unfair practices: Ethiopic Coffee take a different approach so that smallholder growers could have access  more money from selling their goods than before without having an adverse effect on quality or taste; it also gives them greater economic stability during times when prices may increase. 

The people who grow coffee are often in a difficult situation. They don't always receive the help they need to make things work and thrive, or they are dependent on foreign aid but buying from us is one way of supporting them that can have lasting effects long into the future.

You will be happy  when you sip your morning coffee because then farmers know there's somebody out here who cares enough about their lives (and good quality coffee).


We are able to provide aid for displaced people in Ethiopia, Amhara and Afar Regine. By collaborating with the Ethiopian Government and PBF charity. 

In total, we provided emergency relief food for more than 30, 000 families. 

About Us

Ethiopians are proud of their coffee and this is reflected in the unique flavors. For those looking to experience a fresh, high-quality brew that tastes like nothing else on Earth - look no further than Ethiopic Coffee! All our beans come from Ethiopian volcanic mountain so you know they're going be great every time; we also take extra care when selecting only certified cuppers for purchase because quality matters most with us (and all other things being equal). We believe strongly in social justice, fair trade practices as well sustainable development without forgetting about delicious specialty coffee.

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Yirgachefe is a town in central southern Ethiopia in Yirgachefe District. Located in the Gedeo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region, this town has an elevation between 1,880 and 1,919 metres above sea level.

well-known for its sweet taste and fragrance. Ethiopian coffees are especially spicy and fragrant and are widely examined and regarded as some of the best Arabica varieties in the world.



It is known in the world for two things: as a major Islamic holy city and for the naturally processed coffee from Harrar, in Ethiopia. By the 16th century, the city of Harrar was well known for the production of coffee and other products. In other parts of Ethiopia, many people from the Harrar have a strong Ethiopian identity and hold on to Ethiopian traditions.

The bean varietal, its processing techniques, and Harrar’s specific coffee, all of which result in a distinct and appealing flavor and aroma. fruity and mocha notes, with mild acidity. as is often used in the process of making espresso, Ethiopian Harrar coffee also yields a milky crema.

The Origins

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