MaKoSha by O-Gah-Pah Coffee

Regular price $36.00

The Quapaw Story

Many centuries ago, the Quapaw Nation followed the Missisippi River into their traditional homeland in Arkansas. This is the origin of the name "O-Gah-Pah", which can be translated as the "Downstream People".

For centuries the O-Gah-Pah (Quapaw) people lived in four large villages and many smaller communities along the Mississippi River, and across modern day Eastern Arkansas. The Quapaw People would annually plant and harvest crops and hunt buffalo accord to the seasons. The Quapaw traded pottery, painted hides and other goods through an extensive trade route based along the rivers. The Quapaw people were particularly known for pottery, which was often painted; swirls being a distintive pattern of the Quapaw people.

After removal, the Quapaw Nation came to reside in Northeastern Oklahoma, where they are still located today. The Quapaw Nation continues to take great care and pride in crafting everything they put their name on, including O-Gah-Pah Coffee.

Carefully crafted from a blend of high-quality Central and South American Arabica coffee beans, this smooth and balanced blend offers a delightful combination of rich chocolate flavor and sweet aromatics. Try it today and experience the rich history and tradition of the Quapaw tribe in every cup.

12 oz

5" x 8" x 3"