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Great Abyssinia Lives Up to Its Name

The sky seems to be the limit for Great Abyssinia, formerly Abyssinia coffee and tea processing enterprise and it has no intention of breaking stride. The company has been into packed tea, roasted coffee, and bottled water since it was established in 1990 with 10 employees. It has now ventured into the café and fast food business, both in one, at the ground floor of a 12-storey building which is found near Bole Medhanealem Church.

“We were not officially three weeks ago but we did a soft opening from which we received good feedback,” stated Selome Legesse, business development manager at Great Abyssinia.The owners plan on making Abyssinia a chain coffee shop, with African Avenue near the Bole Airport, and 22 Mazoriya, among their first choice of locations, with more around the EU headquarters and near Edna Mall.

The first Abyssinia coffee shop to be opened boasts an excellent location as well as a good interior. Situated on Cameroon Street on the four way intersection by La Parisienne, across the street from Medhanialem Church, it provides its future customers with a convenient location.

The interior of the shop is done with a color scheme that just screams coffee, although the place is serving hot beverages, pastries as well as an array of choices of sandwich made at its sandwich bar in the same room. Great Abyssinia is also serving its own bread baked in-house……………..Read More

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