VIDEO: Drinking Local Ethiopian Coffee in Addis Ababa

(Watch on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/ecnC_XLeajE)

Drinking local style Ethiopian coffee (or “buna” as it’s known) is undoubtedly one of the best things you can possibly do in Ethiopia.

All over Addis Ababa you’ll discover tiny hole-in-the-wall coffee shops where the aroma of fresh roasting beans will lure you right in.

That’s what happened to me in this video.

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Comments

  1. suresh chandra says

    mark, I have been following you on youtube. I have to tell you that I love your expression after you gulp down the food. best of all we get you see such variety of food. thank you and keep the good work

  2. says

    Mark. Very cool! There is a coffee shop in DC that does the traditional Ethiopian coffee ritual once per week. Now I definitely want to go.

  3. says

    Hello Mark, nice blog. I live in Dominican Republic and here something interesting…Over here we grow two different coffee’s: Arabic coffee and native coffee Catura, originating from Ethiopia. I didn’t try original Ethiopian coffee but Catura is definitely better than Arabica.

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