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Amani was born in Eritrea and grew up in the Sudan and the UK with a deep appreciation for the social and economic significance of coffee within Habesha culture (Eritrea and Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee). Amani worked in Finance in London before putting her talents into building Amatte that not only promotes African heritage but also benefits those small-lot farmers who nurture this precious crop. Named after her grandmother, whose name means ‘lead by example’ in her native Tigrigna dialect, Amatte honours her strength and integrity through its brand values, specialist roasts and enchanting tales from Africa.

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