Coffee, Ceremony & Culture

Eritrea and Ethiopia are one of the only countries in Africa with a traditional coffee drinking culture. This tradition is usually performed by native women, where friends and family would gather locally to share news, updates and nourish friendships.

The coffee ceremony is a traditional ritual and a meaningful time to sit down. Many people today have such fast paced lives. In this culture, however, we like to take time to enjoy coffee and catch up about the day so far or life in general. 

More than just a coffee break, the ceremony is an expression of respect and upholding a long standing ancient tradition that has been exercised for thousands of years.


How does the coffee ceremony work?

The coffee ceremony is a traditional ritual and a meaningful time to dit down. Many people today have such fast paced lives. In this culture however we like to take time to enjoy coffee and catch about the day so far. 

More than just a coffee break, the ceremony is an expression of respect and upholding a long standing ancient tradition that has been exercised for thousands of years.

Eritrea and Ethiopia are one of the only countries in Africa with a traditional coffee drinking culture. This tradition is usually performed by native women, where friends and family would gather locally to share news, updates and nourish friendships.

The coffee ceremony is a traditional ritual and a meaningful time to sit down. Many people today have such fast paced lives. In this culture, however, we like to take time to enjoy coffee and catch up about the day so far or life in general. 

More than just a coffee break, the ceremony is an expression of respect and upholding a long standing ancient tradition that has been exercised for thousands of years.

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