This coffee comes from volcanic soils in the Mt. Oku and Bamboutos regions of Cameroon. Most producers in these regions are small farmers, growing a multitude of other plants year round in between coffee trees. It is believed that the combination high altitude, the volcanic soil, and interaction between these plants, give this coffee an exceptional flavor rich taste. Our goal as micro-roasters is to further exemplify the hard work and dedication that farmers have placed into each coffee bean, ensuring that we preserve the flavor so carefully crafted from the very beginning of each coffee bud.
1 ounce of grounded coffee for every 16 ounces of water.
John Baker – 07/01/2016 –
This coffee is great! I recently switched to a french press and have been searching for a good whole bean coffee to use it with. Took me five attempts, but I think I just found my go to coffee for the french press. Great aroma, it’s hard to pull your nose away from the bag.
Lisa T – 08/02/2016 –
First tried Kuntz coffee in a donuts shop in east Atlanta, and and I was hooked, been ordering it since. I get 3 bags at a time, and it lasts the whole month.
Jeremy Tailor- 08/011/2016 –
Best local coffee in Atlanta, my wife love it, and stopped getting Starbucks.
Scott Larry – 09/11/2016 –
I am a huge fan of African coffee, I usually get Kenyan, Burundi or Ethiopian coffee. I recently tried Cameroon coffee from Joe coffee shop, and in my opinion it is even better
Kristen H – 09/14/2016 –
Guys at work been brewing this coffee for a few months now, it makes the office smell great. So I decided to order this for home, and my husband absolutely loves it! 5 stars, best in Atlanta.
Nathan P – 09/17/2016 –
Strong, or “bold” as some may say. I like to drink my coffee black, but holy smokes Batman!