The coffee we sell here is the search for the elusive perfect coffee. Have we found the perfect coffee? It depends on who you drank coffee with. Our coffee is unique to us and we think they provide a different level in the quality and taste of our coffee. We believe our coffee is as good as any, and better than most. And if you don't believe us, just try it.
Coffee Bean 4u coffee is grown in the sunshine state of Florida, located on a hill in Jefferson County Florida.
We offer a wide variety of great coffee such as Snickerdoo, Caramel Pecan, Irish Crème. and many more flavors that will knock your socks off. So try It if you don't like it send it back and we will drink the rest for you. So whether you drink coffee in the morning, lunch, or in the afternoon we’ve got you covered!
An Ethiopian herdsman named Kaldi observed his goat, frolicking in quite a chipper mood near a bush. Subsequently the goat chewed on the red berries and let out an exuberant "Baaaaaaahhh!" The coffee berry is discovered!
Coffee is discovered in 850 in Ethiopia. Kaldi observed his goat, chewing on coffee berries. Kaldi sampled the berries himself. A feeling of elation consumed him. He declared to his goat, "These berries are heaven sent." So excited, he and the goat ran to the nearest monastery, telling of their miraculous effect. "Baahhhhh!" "Baahhhhh!" The chief monk was not amused. "Are you possessed?" Beautiful coffee berries and flowers. He condemned the berries as the Devil's work and promptly threw them into the fire. "Evil!" But soon after, the smell of fresh roasted coffee filled the pious halls of the monastery, enticing the monks. After the chief monk dozed off, due to the lack of caffeine mind you, a young rebellious monk snatched the cooling beans from the fire pit. This innovator, the world's first barista, mixed the beans with water and the resulting brew kept the monks up all night thanking their creator. "Hallelujah!" Quite a holy revelation, indeed!
Meanwhile, word of these fragrant, energizing berries traveled to another corner of Ethiopia and caught the imagination of the Galla tribe. The Galla mixed the berry with ghee, a clarified butter, and pressed the mixture into a scrumptious power bar. Their warriors marched into battle with their new, energizing snack and were invincible! In fact, similar bars are still eaten in Kaffa and Sidamo, Ethiopia to this day.