From the reaches of Central & South America, to the wilds of East Africa and the mountains of Southern India, they chant our name, KaapiKaapi, KaapiKaapi...
Expertly crafted, lovingly roasted – our veteran Master Roaster combines art and science to create coffee beans like no other – all individually blind-tasted by our dedicated roasting team.
As passionate coffee lovers, we are excited to bring you exquisite coffees from the most exotic regions of the world. We know you’ll find the flavour profile you’re looking for, from our delicious espresso blends – SENA or RIO – to our Single Origin from Costa Rica, you’ll love how the world tastes with KaapiKaapi coffees.
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KaapiKaapi offers coffee lovers the best coffee beans online at great prices. Available online-only and freshly batch roasted, KaapiKaapi coffee beans will arrive at your door in packs specially designed to retain freshness longer.
If you like KaapiKaapi coffee at home, imagine enjoying it all day at work – companies who have regular requirements for their office coffee supply can also purchase orders online or contact us for wholesale rates and supply arrangements.
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And, with our various café espresso blends, cafes can access our wholesale services and retail our coffees at amazing volume discounts. With no lock-in contracts, you can access fresh roasted coffee beans at even lower prices.
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Dr. Sanjiv Chopra explains in the above video that coffee drinkers have lower levels of liver enzymes in the blood. When somebody has elevated levels of liver enzymes AST & ALT, its almost always indicative of liver disease. The observation in a study was that people who drank coffee had lower levels of AST & ALT.
A study in Gastroenterology journal also showed that people who drank two cups of regular coffee a day, had a 50% reduction in hospitalization and mortality in chronic liver disease.
10 trivia about the coffee bean that will surprise you!
Did you know that half of all coffee producing countries are in Africa?