Café Touba: the spicy dark coffee of Senegal
The unique spiced, dark Senegalese specialty coffee, a high-caffeine, Robusta-Arabica blend jacked up with djar (aka Guinea pepper). Named for the holy city of Touba, traditionally consumed by the Sufi Mouride brotherhood, brought to Senegal when their founder, Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba Mbacké (pictured left), returned in 1902 from exile in Gabon. Two pounds shipped free priority mail. Ground finer for espresso or drip machines.