These Ethiopian beans are freshly roasted on a machine that was used during World War II to roast coffee for soldiers in Paris. A warm coffee taste with a generous crunch. 4 oz in a heat-sealed bag with the history on the label.
A Bit of History
People started eating coffee in Ethiopia at the rise of Islam when Muslim men discovered the beans would keep them alert for evening prayers. About 300 years later, people started drinking coffee as well. People continued eating coffee in wartime, and in candies and confections.