Africa Kitamu Our Starbucks Mission:To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.
Kitamu is Swahili for a taste experience that's "delicious beyond description."
More about this coffee and region…. • This coffee was developed in 2004 for the Consumer Products Group (CPG) to be sold exclusively in the grocery channel in the U.S. and Canada markets. • This blend provides another flavor profile among our Africa coffee lineup that is different from (STARBUCKS)RED East Africa Blend (brown spice, cinnamon, nutmeg) and Kenya (currant and grapefruit). • East Africa is the birthplace of coffee.
Africa Kitamu: Stamp Art The stamp art reminds us of the birthplace of Africa Kitamu – a villager riding in a traditional (and still used) dugout canoe to navigate the river systems, with the proud and famous Baobob tree in the background.
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