Zawadee Black Rhino Ethiopian Coffee | Whole Bean | 16oz
Zawadee Black Rhino Ethiopian Coffee is an exceptional blend of whole bean Ethiopian Coffee plus a little bit of South American Coffees. Black Rhino is predominantly a delightfully twisted mix of whole bean Ethiopian Coffee with a little bit of South American Coffees pizazz. The result is a smoothly decadent, creamy and balanced flavor we know you’ll enjoy!
Zawadee fresh roasts its Zawadee Black Rhino Ethiopian Coffee each week, ensuring the optimum coffee experience for our customers. Zawadee sources and roasts all its Taste of Africa Coffee according to the highest standards, including a dedicated commitment to fair trade coffee practices.
About Zawadee Coffees
Zawadee loves Africa and African food! It’s wonderful when two things connect so well. African food is culturally diverse, flavourful and delicious. As well, Africa is the birthplace of coffee and the source of some of the world’s very best beans and fair trade coffee too! Zawadee names its coffees after endangered or vulnerable species. We contribute to charities supportive of the protection of species at risk around the world.
Zawadee dedicates itself to supporting species at risk around the world. Zawadee devotes 2% of the sale of all wildlife-related products to charities who assist endangered animals.
A Taste of Africa Coffee – Single origin, micro-let whole beans. Freshly roasted in frequent small batches. Simply delicious!
Been crashed by a Rhino?
You’d notice if you had! A group of Rhinos is called a “crash”. Considering the size of them, we thought that was apt!
Black Rhinos have a lifespan of 40 to 50 years. Although effective conservation has seen their numbers inch upwards, the effect of hunting and poaching means this remarkable animal remains critically endangered.
About Zawadee – Bring Africa Home
Born and raised in Africa, Zawadee CEO – Mustafa – spent 30 years in East Africa – Kenya and Tanzania. East Africa is both stunning and scenic, the site of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, as well as Lakes Victoria and Tanganyika. Inspiration: A rich artistic and cultural heritage exists in Africa, represented by artisanal groups such as the Makonde, Swahili, Konso, Kamba, and Giryama. Visual and decorative artwork includes wood carving, silversmithing, clay and soapstone sculpture, mural and mat plaiting. Music fosters and reinforces community while actively and closely woven into East African society.