Ethiopia Longberry Gourmet Coffee



Choose From Regular or Decaf.

The Ethiopia Longberry Gourmet Coffee comes in regular and decaf.

Flavor Profile and Roast

We roast our Ethiopia Longberry beans to a light-medium roast which elicits complex, bold flavors with a floral aroma. It has a sharp, winy acidity that is stimulating to the senses. it also has a sweet, fruity notes making the finish absolutely remarkable.

Where This Coffee is Grown

As one of the oldest cultivars of Arabica gourmet coffee beans, the Ethiopia Longberry beans are from the Harrar region and are grown at an extremely high altitude. 

The Harrar region of Ethiopia produces one of the oldest cultivars of the Arabica gourmet coffee beans, the Longberry varietals. This legendary coffee has a remarkable flavor. It is dry processed and sun dried, resulting in a bold and winy cup with a heavy body and complex flavor. We roast each small batch to a light-medium roast to produce a mild cup with chocolaty undertones. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much is Shipping?

All of our coffees and teas ship with a flat $9.95 shipping no matter how many different flavors or varieties of coffees and teas you buy at one time that are shipped to one continental U.S. physical address. So pull your friends together and place one order for everyone to save on shipping per person. For an example, ten people ordering one bag of coffee or tea each in one order going to one congenital U.S. address will cost less than a $1.00 per person for the shipping.

When is My Coffee Roasted?

We roast your coffee after we receive your order to insure you receive the freshest coffee possible. We do not roast coffee on Saturday or Sunday, so coffee orders received Friday will be roasted on Monday. We ship your coffee via FedEx the day after it has been roasted. We do not ship coffee to a P.O. Box.  We will email the tracking number to you once we receive it from our roaster.

Can I Store My Coffee in the Bag it Came in?

You will receive your coffee in a sealed bag with a one way valve. The valve is important because coffee releases gases for about 3 days after it has been roasted. These gasses need to escape the bag. You can store your coffee in the same bag if you seal the bag closed tightly and use the whole bag with in one week. If you purchase more coffee than you will use in one week, we suggest you read our article on "How to Store Coffee" for more suggestions.