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by Francis Akhalbey, at 12:30 pm, July 27, 2018, Foodie Friday

The best coffee is from Africa and these 10 brands are proof

Photo credit: grandmotherafrica.com

Dating back to the 15th century, coffee is arguably thought to have originated from Ethiopia.

With some notable myths tracing its discovery and consumption to the Horn of Africa nation as well Morocco, one can confidently conclude its cultivation and brewing is intertwined with some centuries-old African customs and traditions.

With notably Uganda, Ethiopia and Tanzania exporting very huge volumes of coffee annually, Face2Face Africa, in photos, highlights some of the most sought-after coffee brands from Africa.

Tried any of them? Let us know which one is your favourite!

Ethiopian Harrar coffee — Photo Credit: equatorcoffee.com

Ethiopian Harrar Coffee

Tanzanian Peaberry Coffee — Photo Credit: lostdogcoffee.com

Tanzanian Peaberry Coffee

Arabica coffee — Photo Credit: report2012unbrussels.org

Arabica Coffee from Cameroon

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee

Kenya AA coffee — Photo Credit: buderimcoffee.com au

Kenya AA Coffee

Ivorian Coffee

Ivorian Coffee

Good African Coffee, Uganda — Photo Credit: fandam.co.za

Good African Coffee, Uganda

Virunga coffee — Photo Credit: bensbeans.org

Coffee from Virunga, Democratic Republic of Congo

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