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Citizens of Boston first tasted Ethiopian coffee beans in 2011 when Farmer’s Horse Coffee opened on Massachusetts Ave.

Every visit at our shop tells a story and every cup connects worlds. In our intimate space, messages from patrons adorn the walls, weaving a rich tapestry of community and shared moments. It’s not just a coffee shop; it’s a crossroads of local warmth and Ethiopian heritage, all within the cozy confines of less than 1,000 square feet.

Our roots run deep into the heart of Ethiopia, inspired by the very farms that nurture our beans. A striking piece of art, drawn by our founder, captures the spirit of our journey—a tribute to the resilience of the farmers and the land that gives us our coffee. This connection goes beyond the cup; it’s a commitment to give back, dedicating a portion of every sale to improve the lives of those who harvest our beans.

At Farmer’s Horse, we’re not chasing expansion. Our mission is to preserve the soulful quality of our coffee, offering an experience that big chains simply can’t match. Here, authenticity is our signature brew.


Who Are We?

We don’t mess around with Ethiopian coffee beans; we exactly know our ways around brewing flavors to cater to a variety of tastes. Ethiopian coffee beans, used in the coffee shop, are daily sourced from a local roastery that imports directly from the farmers in Ethiopia, a country that provides some of the world’s best reviewed single origin premium coffee beans. 
What we want to achieve

Our Mission

We aim to spark a billion smiles with freshly-sourced Ethiopian coffee beans and in-house sandwitches and pastries.
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We Strongly Believe in Giving Back!

Every time we sell a bag of Ethiopian coffee beans, Farmer’s Horse Coffee donates ¢50  to organizations supporting coffee farmers in Ethiopia. A bag of Ethiopian coffee beans purchased from Farmer’s Horse Coffee represents the continuation of this positive global cycle.