Starting Nov 1st until Jan 5th, you can visit Buunni Coffee at the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park! Our booth, F09, is located facing 42nd Street, near the corner of 6th Avenue. This is a great opportunity for a small company like ours. The Buunni booth will focus on our fair trade, organic, specialty coffees […]
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Many thanks to Angela Bao Bei Bei and Adam Golub for this! Our first video, a nice introduction to Cafe Buunni and to us! Cafe Buunni Profile from Adam Golub on Vimeo.
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2013 didn’t start off with a bang. In fact, January was our slowest month, both for BuunniCoffee.com and Cafe Buunni. As we started talking to others, we realized that almost all retailers (of anything) and most service providers too, were in a similar boat. Turns out, the height of winter is not when most people buy […]
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by Bo Campot, Buunni Associate As we look forward to opening Cafe Buunni, we have been thinking about the relationship between coffee and community. In Ethiopia, the two come together in the coffee ceremony. The Ethiopian coffee ceremony is a time for friends and family to come together to share stories and news. Social life […]
Guest Blog by Djalene Temesgen I started drinking bunna (Amharic for coffee) when I was 18 years old. Late? I know. That is because my parents thought of coffee as addictive and wanted to spare me. But I managed to steal a sip or two behind their backs, and I knew that I would start […]