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Lalibela Coffee Ceremony

The Lalibela Coffee Ceremony is one of the most enjoyable experiences at any Ethiopian restaurant – but this is the real thing and where coffee is taken through the full life cycle of preparation right in front of you! 

Coffee (called Bunna by locals) is one of the most recognisable parts of Ethiopian culture and part of their daily life.

Smell, taste and enjoy!  Mmmmm…

Why do the Lalibela Coffee Ceremony?

The traditional Coffee Ceremony celebrated across Ethiopia daily Interesting, informative and it tastes great too!

 

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