Last week, on the fringes of the international festival of Cameroonian coffee (Festicoffee), which took the form this year of an all-day tasting event in Yaoundé and six other African capitals, the National Cocoa and Coffee Office (ONCC) opened a Cameroonian coffee tasting point at the Yaoundé-Nsimalen international airport.
Upon their arrival in Cameroon, tourists disembarking at the capital's airport will now have the opportunity of discovering the flavours of this local product, whose experts agree that it has a particular flavour, highly sought after by consumers the world over.
The new local coffee tasting point inaugurated by ONCC is in direct line with the Festicoffee. Indeed, this event organised every year by the Cocoa and Coffee Inter-professional Council, with the support of the Ministry of Commerce, is mainly meant to celebrate and promote the Cameroonian coffee. Once more this year, CICC highlighted, over 4,000 cups of coffee were served at the event.
Official launching of a Mincommerce-NCCB Coffee Point at the Yaoundé Nsimalen International Airport in images.
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