Many Ethiopian coffees are referred to as “garden coffees” as they are grown in the backyards of farmers. Normally harvested between October and January, these coffees are combined with others at washing stations before being depulped and dry fermented. This coffee is harvested from the border of the Gedeo and Borena zones, which are bordered by Guji and Sidama in Ethiopia.
This washed heirloom coffee has a wonderful white floral aroma, complimented by notes of white grape, peach and sweet stonefruit.
Coffee beans are judged on a 100-point scoring system that assesses body, balance, uniformity, sweetness, clarity and acidity. Coffee scoring 80+ points is considered specialty coffee.
REGION Borena/Gedeo Zone