Our name, “Mankira Coffee”, originates from Mankira Forest, birthplace of Coffee Arabica. Mankira forest, which is estimated to cover 2,224 Acre (900 ha), is located in southern Ethiopia, Kefa province. Coffee Arabica is a species of coffee originally indigenous to the forests of the Southwestern highlands of Ethiopia.
Loyalty card: one cup coffee/espresso or coffee specialty drinks free. If you buy ten drinks get the 11th one free. Ask your loyalty card on the counter.
Happy Birthday: Free one cup coffee/espresso or any coffee specialty drinks on your birthday if you come in with one more person and spend at least $10.
Student Discount: We will give you a 5 % discount if you are a College student. Show your Student ID at the counter.
Mankira Coffee’s Discount Program
Our esteemed communities who live in Briggs Chaney area deserve Mankira coffee - An Ethiopian Consistent and delighted Organic coffee.
We bring Organic Ethiopian specialty coffee namely Harar, Yirgacheffe, Sidamo and blends across the world.
We equipped Mankira with top of the line equipment for brewing and espresso extraction.
We continually train our employees to maintain high service standard to provide consistent quality Coffee every day.
We are committed and dedicated for best customer service. Our friendly employees will make you feel at home every time you visit us.
We support local artists by featuring various artworks on the wall.
Our Values, Products and Services
A young goatherd named Kaldi noticed one day that his goats, after chewing the bright red berries from a nearby tree, began to prance in an unusually frisky manner. Surprised and intrigued, he decided that he, too, would try the berries, and was soon enjoying their stimulating effect. A monk from a neighboring monastery, who found Kaldi, decided to try some of the berries with his fellow friars chat every evening. They all felt lively and alert during their night prayer. Soon, the news spread and all the monks in the realm were chewing berries before their night prayers. Later, it spread from its birthplace in Ethiopia, to Arabia, Asia, South America, and finally back to the African continent.