Zuma Coffee

The best quality and taste take you on a spectacular journey, exploring the beguiling pride of nature. The dynamic feel of Zuma Coffee, ice cold or steaming hot awakens the soul. Have Zuma Coffee and let’s do this.

Zuma Green Coffee Beans

Freshly and carefully selected Arabica beans planted by our specially trained farmers on the Mambila plateau in Taraba State, Nigeria. Nurtured, clinically processed and stored to preserve its aroma, taste, flavour and nutrients.

  • Less Caffeine
  • Does not have the same chemical feature as roasted coffee
  • Chlorogenic acid found in green coffee beans

Zuma Roasted Coffee

A perfect blend of elegance and culture, the creativity deployed into Zuma’s roasted coffee gives life to the distinct aroma and flavour to perfectly suit your taste.
It is packaged carefully to preserve the unique aroma, while it is specially designed in one delightful pack giving you a reason to want more.

  • Medium Roast
  • Dark Roast

Zuma Flavours

The perfect blend of our in-house recipe that contains Zuma coffee’s rich aroma, taste and style.
Moxie spices are carefully selected from different parts of the world to give an unforgettable experience.

  • Smooth
  • Creamy
  • Rich
  • Herby
  • Aroma
Specie: Arabica


Color: Grayish-green
Key features: Specially picked, quality rare beans, earthy, organically grown

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Dark Roast


They are dark brown with a robust body and characterized by oil extract on the surface.

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~10 Cups

A cup of our speciality for your Events, Parties and Functions.

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A brief history on the origin of Coffee

It wasn’t always called liquid energy, brain juice or coffee as you now know it, but “the wine of Arabia” back in the 1600s. Coffee is a brewed drink mustered from roasted coffee beans, which are highly valuable seeds of berries in the coffee genus.

Coffee’s heritage is traced back to 800AD in the ancient coffee forests on the Ethiopian plateau. Interestingly, goats were the first to enjoy this exquisite strange red beans we call coffee today. Legends say that a goat herder Kaldi first discovered the now cherished beans which made his goats act unusual.
His goats danced such that one would say dancing was their forte. Dancing goats! This definitely wasn’t normal.

He concluded that the fruit was the cause of their extra ordinarily energetic behaviour.
Discovering the amazing benefits of these berries, human beings snatched it from the mouth of goats and Coffee began its adventure across the world as the most popular drink.

Our Partners

Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN), The National Coffee and Tea Association of Nigeria (NACOFTAN), Raw Materials Research and Development Council (RMRDC), Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC)