Balanced and acidic, blackberry and orange taste.
Balanced and acidic, red berry taste.
Local Heirloom types
Washed, fermented, sun-dried
Ethiopia may not only be the cradle of humanity, we can also trace back the origin of coffee to this country. Legend has it that the coffee plant was discovered in the region of Kaffa, in the East of the country, and that it was first exported through the Yemenite seaport of Mocha. The southern province of Sidamo is, together with Harar and Yirgacheffe, one of the three producers of grand cru's in the country. The beans are picked at a high altitude and undergo a process called "Fully Washed". This means the beans are first depulped and then put in a tub to ferment.
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