Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony with Addis Nola Ethiopian Kitchen

It’s time for a coffee break, Addis Nola style. The traditional coffee roasting ceremony originated a thousand years ago in the mountains of Ethiopia.

The process of roasting the beans is like a saging practice, igniting the fire in our spirits, gratitude for each other’s company, and connecting us with the origins of coffee.

Pour yourself a cup and join us on this journey.

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