13 Villages African Coffee

13 Villages African Coffee

Product ships from Ghana.
Minimum Purchase:
10 units
Maximum Purchase:
1000 units

Product Overview

Sourced in Ghana's coffee-rich Volta Region and in the lush green peaks of Congo’s South Kivu region by small producers in partnership with Mighty Peace Coffee in the United States, these whole bean or ground coffees boast a mix of chocolate, vanilla and floral flavors. 

13 Villages Coffee is a family-owned business from the Teh Clan in the Volta Region of Ghana. The Teh Clan, the warrior clan, covers 13 villages of the Battor traditional area in the region and prides itself on defending its people while resolving to seek peace at all times. At dusk, each village in the clan dances to the same songs and drums, with laughter, freedom, and a general sense of community. This is how you knew we were the same people. We hope you find our common humanity in every cup of our coffee no matter where in the world you find yourself.

340 g

Volta Whole Bean or Ground Coffee: From the mountains of Leklebi in the Volta Region of Ghana where coffee has been growing since the 1930s. Grown amongst cocoa trees, this specialty coffee is rich, with chocolate and nut note. Wild grown, native robusta beans. Natural dry processing with tasting notes of dark chocolate, nuts, and fruit. Mapendo Congo Whole Bean Coffee: Mapendo, swahili for “love,” is farmed in 16 separate lots by 4,200 farmers, nearly 40% of which are women. Mapendo farmers produce fully washed coffee with tasting notes of vanilla, black tea, and brown sugar. Twende Congo Whole Bean: Twende means "Let’s Go" in Swahili. Since its formation in 2011, the Amka Mlimajo wa Kahawa Cooperative has been working to help small producers overcome barriers to market access. Coffee produced with flavor notes of vanilla, red currant, chocolate, brown sugar, and orange zest.

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