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Cameroon Mount Oku – a Taste of My Father’s Homeland
The opening stanza of the Cameroon national anthem begins, “O Cameroon, thou cradle of our fathers.” This is literally true for me, the son of an immigrant from this small West African nation. While I’ve lived most of my life in the United States, I did spend my teenage years in Cameroon … more »
Ethiopia Sidamo is Here for a Limited Time
Many of you have told us that you miss Ethiopia Sidamo in our stores. Through the Starbucks Reserve program, this special coffee is back for a limited time. This organic coffee offering is an elegant East African coffee with a distinctive bergamot aroma, lemony flavor and a hint of spice. It is one of … more »
Jamaica Blue Mountain®, Back by Popular Demand
It’s that time of year again when all is blue, the weather is warm and the sun is shining. We’re brewing up yummy cups from our Clover® brewer and stocking the shelves with bags of Jamaica Blue Mountain® for all who are delighted as it makes a return appearance. We discovered this … more »
A Rwandan Coffee Worthy of Attention
The coffees from Rwanda have been winning awards and capturing the attention of coffee enthusiasts around the world. Our latest Starbucks Reserve™ coffee, Rwanda Gakenke Fair Trade Certified™, is especially worthy of our attention – and yours too. Gakenke is the district located in … more »
A Trip to Kona
Probably one of the best contest prizes you could win is a trip to Hawaii. Well, I am not running a contest but I can get you to Kona. It’s just going to come by way of a very beautiful cup of coffee rather than an airplane. We often talk about a coffee having the ability to take us to the place … more »
Java, Coffee Island
Joe. Jet Fuel. Go Juice. JAVA! Probably the best-known and most-used slang term for coffee, Java is also the most populated island in Indonesia and the world. It’s also the island that produces this winter’s unique Starbucks Reserve™ coffee, Organic Blue Java . Named for the blue-tinted … more »

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