Kenya AA Wholesale Coffee Beans
This product: Seemingly sweet taste with a wine-like or fruity overtone. At a light roast, the peachy, fruity notes are very apparent. If you want a little kick, the dark roast level will be a little rough but the sweetness will be gone and replaced by a carbon-like taste a lot of people enjoy.
Coffee College 101:
Coffea Arabica is a species of Coffea originally indigenous to the mountains of Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula. It also traces to the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia and southeastern Sudan. The coffee beans are also known as Arabica coffee beans. Arabica is believed to be the first species of coffee to be cultivated, being grown in southwest Arabia for well over 1,000 years. It produces better coffee than the other major commercially grown species, Coffea canephora. It is also known as Robusta, but tastes vary. Robusta is a lower grade coffee used more commonly in traditional grocery store brands like Maxwell House and Folgers. Arabica contains less caffeine than any other commercially cultivated species of coffee. The plants grow to between 9 and 12 meters tall, the leaves are a glossy dark green, the flowers are white and the fruit is a drupe, commonly called a berry that contains two seeds we know as coffee beans. After harvesting, the raw products are known as green coffee beans
Coffee originated in Ethiopia where legend has it a goat herder named Kaldi noticed his goats not being able to sleep at night. After watching them, he discovered that this happened only after they ate an unusual berry from what is now known as a coffee tree.
The leader of an Ethiopian monastery used the berries to make a drink and discovered that it kept him up for the lengthy evening prayer. This discovery of the energizing effects of the berries spread east by way of the monks of the monastery and coffee reached Arabia. It than began a journey which would spread its reputation around the world.
By the fifteenth century, one could find coffee growing in the Yemeni district of Arabia. By the sixteenth century you could find it in Persia, Egypt, Syria and Turkey. At some point, someone decided to process the cherries by pulping them and shedding the fruit. Apparently they thought the drink would taste better if it were made from roasted coffee. Good guess and what a concept!
Coffee was not only drunk in homes. This was the beginning of what we now know today as the coffee house. Before they ever sold whole bean coffee, their popularity was equal to none. You would often find many different social activities inside. It was not only a place to drink coffee and converse, but also a place to listen to music, watch performers and play chess. Sounds familiar right?
Travelers brought back stories of the unusual dark black beverage to Europe. By the 17th century, coffee had made its way to Europe and was becoming popular across the continent. The clergy of Venice condemned coffee at first, as it was introduced to the city in 1615. Pope Clement VIII was asked to intervene because it was so controversial but before he made any decisions, he tasted the beverage. He found it so satisfying that he gave it his approval.
Coffee Geek Stuff
We DO NOT recommend grinding your coffee beans until you are ready to brew. Roasted coffee is porous and will stale very fast after grinding. We recommend buying whole bean coffee.
With Troubadour Coffee Roasting Co., you can buy the best fresh roasted gourmet coffee anywhere. In our opinion, there isn’t a better place to buy coffee or that will sell coffee wholesale.
Every order is roasted to order. Nothing is sitting around a warehouse waiting to be sent out. Be assured your satisfaction is important to us. We package and heat seal all of our gourmet coffee beans in a poly or foil bag with a one way valve to keep air out but also to let CO2 gasses out of the package. This helps to keep your product fresh.
In our opinion and we are slightly biased, Troubadour Coffee: where to buy wholesale coffee beans. The best place for fresh roasted artisan coffee.
When you buy our wholesale coffee bulk, there isn’t any difference in the quality as if you bought it in 1lb bags. It’s all fresh and high quality Arabica coffee beans. So, let’s do business! Be sure to enjoy within 30 days of receiving it. Coffee will stale if not stored properly or used within our recommended time frame. See our coffee storage tips.