This month the Coffee Detective is rather exotic!
This month’s Coffee Detective has been trekking father afield visiting Bacha Coffee right in the historic medina of Marrakech, Morocco. Built in1910, this spectacular palace served pots of Arabica coffee to celebrated guests including Charlie Chaplin, Josephine Baker, Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill.
However, after the Second World War, the palace was closed and fell into disrepair. Sixty years later and after two years of painstaking restoration the palace was brought back to its former glory reopening in 2017 as part of the Museum of Cultural Confluences.
Today Bacha Coffee continues to specialise in 100% Arabica coffees from locations throughout the world. This gives their customers the unique opportunity to explore harvests from over 30 of the most well-reputed coffee producing countries. With outlets not just in Morocco but also in France and Singapore, there is even the opportunity to buy online via their website.