Karibu is a coffee blend from three countries: Ethiopia, Colombia and Kenya. The blend gives this coffee its unique taste that reminds us of chocolate and cinnamon.
- Full-bodied and powerful flavour
- Recommended for all types of filter coffee preparation
- 100% Arabica beans from Ethiopia, Colombia and Kenya
- Gently roasted in Berlin
|Sort||100 % Arabica, Blend|
|Origin||Brazil, Ethiopia, Kenya|
Similar coffees #Chocolatey #Nutty
The highlight in the coffee kitchen: The coffee grinder
A key factor for the successful preparation of coffee is the grind, which significantly affects the coffee taste. All grinders have been extensively tested by us.
Aromatic and complex - coffee brewed by hand
With each brewing method, you get a unique taste experience. Here are our favorite coffee brewers to help you get the full flavor from your coffee.
The ratio of coffee to water is essential for coffee brewing: Precision scales help to accurately weigh and measure the extraction time.
Kettles with temperature setting
The water temperature has a great influence on which and how many flavors are released from your coffee. Kettles with a gooseneck help you brew with precision.
Enjoy coffee at home
The smell of coffee wafts through the apartment, you're sitting on the couch and what you're missing is a nice cup.
Karibu – The best of three countries100 % natürlich
FRUITY AND WELL-BALANCED
The taste of Karibu filter coffee reminds us of dark chocolate with a subtle hint of cinnamon. For this we have combined the best of three countries: the sweetness of Ethiopian coffees, with spicy notes from Brazil and fruity notes from Kenya in the finish. The result is a pleasantly strong filter coffee that will delight you.
Tips for preperation
Karibu is suitable for any type of filter coffee preparation. Our favorite way to brew it is with a filter coffee maker and French press.
Fresh and mild roasting in Berlin
We roast Karibu coffee fresh every week with a medium-strength roast profile (so-called „city roast“). Our roasting masters take great care to find the exact moment when the complex aroma of the coffee is in harmony with the roasting aromas. The final temperature of the coffee is 212° Celsius.
The Karibu coffee is also available on subscription!
- Automatic delivery conveniently to your home
- Adjust or pause at any time
- Cancel at any time
The Karibu is a blend of Brazilian, Ethiopian and Kenyan coffees and combines the advantages of each coffee with each other. The Brazilian component comes from our partner cooperative APAS, who have created a high-quality APAS Blend especially for us. This coffee tastes nutty, chocolaty and is very soft. The Ethiopian component comes from the region around Agaro in Western Ethiopia, from the cooperative Geta Bore, with whom we have been working for many years. The Kenyan coffee comes from the Thiririka cooperative in Kiambu, where we have a project with the coffee farmers to improve their quality.
The name of the coffee reminds us of our stays in Kenya, where we are greeted with „Karibu“ in the cooperatives. Because in Swahili it means „welcome“.
- Origin: Geta Bore, Agaro, Limu, Ethiopia
- Geo coordinates: 7°46’57.0 „N 36°24’31.9 „E
- Altitude: 2,040 m
- Coffee farmers: 231
- Processing: Washed
- Plant: Heirloom, local landraces (Arabica)
- Origin: APAS, Mantiqueira de Minas, Brazil
- Geo-coordinates: 21°56’16.4 „S 45°28’07.3 „W
- Altitude: about 1.000 m
- Coffee farmers: 60
- Processing: Natural
- Plant: Yellow Catuaí, Yellow Bourbón, Mundo Novo (Arabica)
- Origin: Thiririka FCS, Kiambu, Kenya
- Geo coordinates: -0.985218, 36.832097
- Altitude: 1,800 m
- Coffee farmers: 2,600
- Processing: Washed
- Plant: SL-28, SL-24, Ruiru 11 (Arabica)
1 € per kg of coffee goes to our projects!
With your coffee purchase, 1 € per kg of coffee goes to our social projects in Ethiopia, D.R. Congo or Kenya. You decide in the shopping cart which project you would like to support:
Access to clean drinking water for 18,900 people in Ethiopia.
Higher wages for 10,000 coffee farmers in Ethiopia
A training center for 3,500 coffee farmers in D.R. Congo for higher coffee prices
Support for 2,600 coffee farmers in Kenya
Nachdem der Kaffee gewaschen wurde, wird er in Äthiopien schonend in der Sonne getrocknet. Die Frauen wenden ihn regelmäßig, damit die Bohnen nicht zu viel Sonne ausgesetzt sind.
Mit unseren Partnern in den Kaffeeländern pflegen wir einen Beziehung auf Augenhöhe.
Tolima, Kolumbien – Dies ist die Region, aus der dein Kaffee kommt!
Seit 2015 arbeiten wir eng mit den Farmern in Kolumbien zusammen.
Wusstest du, dass Kaffee eine Frucht ist? Das, was wir als Kaffeebohne kennen, ist der Kern der Kaffeekirsche.
Äthiopien bei Sonnenaufgang
Bei unseren Besuchen vor Ort tauschen wir mit den Farmern unser Wissen und Erfahrungen aus. Die regelmäßigen Besuche ermöglichen es uns, die Umstände vor Ort besser zu verstehen.