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Port: shenzhen
Payment Terms: L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 100000 Set/Sets per Month
Ceramic Type: PORCELAIN
Usage: Drinkware
Place of Origin: Guangdong China
Size: Customized Size
Drinkware Type: Coffee & Tea Sets
Color: White
Product Name: Porcelain TTea Cup Sets
Material: Ceramic
Model Number: Ethiopian coffee Set22
Feature: Eco-friendly,Stocked
Certification: CE / EU,CIQ,eec,LFGB,sgs
Logo: Customized Logo
Name: One Coffee Maker
Brand Name: Ethiopian coffee Set
Type: Tea Tools
Packing: Luxury Gift Boxes
Capacity: 90cc
Packaging Detail: gift box packing,color box and customs
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                   Traditional Art Ethiopian Jebena  Coffee Set sheba coffee cups set 15
1. Hand made ceramic Ethiopian coffee Set. 6sets cawa cup ,800ml coffee pot,300ml sugar pot,280ml milk
2. With a sleek, modern shape, this set of 16cpcs set,Each cup cawa cups with no hands
3.  It is made with a unique porcelain traditional coffee set from Ethiopian Art.

4.  Perfect for all celebrations this excellent quality set cup glasses have been styled in a sleek shape
5.Set of:16pieces cups with color box packing

6.This wonderful ceramic cup made in Ethiopia will perfectly accompany evening coffee-drinking gatherings. Bright ornament at the cup’s top edge and its original shape will adorn any table and serve as a perfect gift.
These coffee cups are traditional for the coffee ceremonies all over Ethiopia. 

7.This lovely ceramic cup with a large saucer made in Ethiopia will be a wonderful part of your tea ceremony. Of course, you can drink coffee, or even milk from these cups. The bright colors will adorn any table and will be
an excellent gift.

 

 Saba18 Introduction 
This style of cups is used to drink coffee all over Ethiopia where the coffee ceremony is an integral part of the social and cultural life. Occasionally also used as shot glasses to drink homemade liquor. These porcelain cups are adorned with pictures of the traditional story of Queen Sheba’s journey from Ethiopia to visit King Solomon. 
Detailed Images

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Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

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It is believed that coffee was discovered in Ethiopia already in the ninth century. According to botanical evidence, coffee Arabica is originated in central Ethiopia. Of many reasons Ethiopia is considered to be the birthplace of coffee culture. Today, Ethiopia is one of the world's largest coffee producers and some of the most famous coffee regions are found there. A lot of coffee is also consumed in Ethiopia - the country leads the continent in domestic consumption. Coffee remains central to Ethiopian culture and heritage and is shared with family and friends through coffee ceremonies lasting up to several hours.
 
On New Year’s Eve I got to taste original Ethiopian coffee prepared in an Ethiopian coffee ceremony. This was a special experience and truly something else than a regular cup of coffee.  And guess what – I did not travel far for this unique coffee experience – the Ethiopian coffee ceremony was served in Helsinki here in Finland. About a month ago I discovered that an Ethiopian restaurant Queen Sheba located in central Helsinki offers the Ethiopian coffee ceremony. I must say this was one piece of exiting coffee news. I am very happy to see that alternatives in Helsinki’s coffee scene are becoming more and more versatile and being able to experience the Ethiopian coffee ceremony is like the cherry on the cake.

In the Ethiopian coffee ceremony multiple steps include pan-roasting coffee beans, grinding the roasted beans, and preparing the coffee in a traditional black coffee pot called jebena. Jebena is usually made of pottery and has a spherical base, a neck and pouring spout and a handle in which the neck connects with the base. When the coffee boils up through the neck it is poured in and out with another container and then is put back into the jebena. To pour the coffee from the jebena a filter is placed in the spout of the jebena to prevent the grounds from escaping. The coffee is served in traditional Ethiopian tasting cups.
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Ethiopian lady roasting coffee beans on a pan and giving the restaurant a nice roasted aroma and some smoke as well.

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 The national dish of Ethiopia Doro Wot chicken stew and injera crepes among other dishes were served at Queen Sheba in buffet style. Coffee prepared in the ceremony was served after the main course to finish the dinner. 

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Snacks of roasted peanuts, popcorn or chickpeas accompany the Ethiopian coffee. This time coffee was served with popcorn and what a great match it was! Coffee and popcorn is a combo I normally favour when going to the movies but this is definitely something I will be having more often at home as well.

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For me the Ethiopian coffee ceremony was a magical, almost spiritual, experience. First of all watching the lady to prepare everything in the ceremony, sensing the aroma of roasted beans and smoke in the restaurant, discovering Ethiopian art painted in the beautiful coffee cups, and finally tasting the full flavours of the coffee. The coffee tasted strong and rich but at the same time very balanced.  I enjoyed very much the entire experience and learning more about the Ethiopian coffee culture. It is fantastic to see how many ways coffee is enjoyed and cherished.

 

The Queen Sheba is a small and cosy restaurant and the personnel create a friendly atmosphere. They offer Ethiopian food and coffee. The Ethiopian coffee ceremony is regularly available during lunch time on weekdays.

 

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Company Information

 Shenzhen prospers import&export co.,ltd  located in Shenzhen ,which is the most famous port city and Chinese first special economic zone,20 minuters next to Hongkong.

The company established in 2010,the register capital is  2 million yuan

1. we have 20 sales,800 workers.with the development,it grow to be a group company focus on porcelain and ceramic items,factory in chaozhou,guangxi.

2. and the annual turnover arrive at $10 million,and 80% of them are exported to abroad.For to meet the different demands,we have develop various tableware and kitchenware items,including porelainware,glassware,kitchenware plasticware,and many related products of gifts & preminums.

3.Our customers are from all of the world,USA,EU,Latin-America,Middle East,Asian,and some famous brand are,Wal-Mart,Tesco,K-mart, Cencosud,KFC,Nescafe,Disney,Lawson.

4. Free samples to develop new mould

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FAQ

Q1: What about your company ?

A: Prospers is a ceramic manufactory with a history over 10 years since 2005. Specialize in dinner set ,bakeware and servingware made of porcelain and ceramic has a wide range of products with big variety in different colors.

 Q2: What is your main products?

A: We produce all kinds of ceramic bakeware ceramic tableware, ceramic dinnerware, porcelainware,ceramic  kitchenware.  

Q3: Where is your factory located?

A: Our office is in shenzhen and our factory is located in Chaozhou City, Guang xi city,Your visting shall be appreciated. 

Q4: Have you pass any factory audit?

A: Yes,we passed the Walmart audit, Target audit, Crate & Barrel and Auchan audit.and we are the company which pass the CQM authentication. 

Q5: Can I get some samples?

A: Free samples are available if they are ready in stock. You will bear the freight. Sampling charge is required if new mould to be developed or none ready item on hand. 

Q6: Are your products food safety?

A: Yes, our products are food safety according to FDA, EU, LFGB and DGCCRF standard. We have      our products tested in SGS.  

Q7: What is the production schedule.

A:7days for sample and 45days is usually needed for mass production depending on order quantity. please discuss with our salesman for further information.

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