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Personalized On-Demand Artisan Hand-Roasting

Garden of Coffee is the antithesis of factory roasting. We source ​the finest ​beans from across Ethiopia and these are then re-selected by our team of the worlds finest artisan hand roasters. We then prepare and roast them only for your order on our magnificent ceramic roasters inside our Addis Ababa roasting atelier.  And we roast with the greatest of care in the same manner that’s been perfected here in Ethiopia for millennia - by hand, watching, smelling ​and hearing every single ​​bean roast. It’s a magical process that ​allows us to bring out the absolute finest qualities from each bean. The result: The finest coffee ​that you have ever sipped. Guaranteed .

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Garden of Coffee Cultivating Ethiopian Coffee Experience for Global Growth

March 08, 2017

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu — the pioneering and enterprising creator of the SoleRebels footwear brand — believes the future of a truly sustainable specialty coffee market can be found in coffee’s birthplace, her native Ethiopia.

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Changing The Ethiopian Economy

September 07, 2016

She’s created a massively prosperous global brand and helped put her country’s artisans on the world’s radar. Now Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu is looking to replicate her success with Coffee.

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New Ethiopian Coffee Brand Takes The Market By Storm

September 07, 2016

Garden of Coffee is a new venture by Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, a distinguished Ethiopian businesswoman who founded Africa’s fastest growing footwear company, soleRebels. According to Alemu, Garden of Coffee represents a new beginning in the art of turning a good coffee into a great coffee. It heralds a new, fourth wave in the coffee industry,...

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Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu has broken every popular perception of Ethiopia, now she wants to start a coffee brand

June 20, 2016

The Adams Pavilion, a dusty shopping centre selling aromatic oils, kitschy cushions and costumes in the noisy Sar Bet area of Addis Ababa, is hardly the setting for a flagship shop selling high-value branded shoes to 16 stores around the world, from Singapore to Switzerland to Silicon Valley.

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