Among coffee-producing countries, Ethiopia holds near-legendary status on our list not only because it’s the “birthplace” of Arabica coffee, but also because it is simply unlike every other place in the coffee world. Unlike the vast majority of coffee-growing countries, the plant was not introduced as a cash crop through colonization. Instead, growing, processing, and drinking coffee is part of the everyday way of life, and has been for centuries since the trees were discovered growing wild in forests and eventually cultivated for household use and commercial sale.
The profile of our Ethiopian coffee is filled with delicious caramel undertones with notes of lime, sugar cane, green grape, and other mouthwatering floral flavors. You will find yourself trapped in a utopia of awesomeness, awareness, and confidence to kick the world's ass while staying peaceful.
This washing station is run by the Dumerso cooperative, which has 403 participating farmer members. They farm on a total of 550 hectares and were certified FTO in 2003.
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Region: Dilla, South Nations Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR)
Farm: Various smallholder members of the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union
Variety: Kudhume, Welisho, Dego
Altitude: 1600–2440 masl
Proc. Method Washed
Harvest Schedule: October–February