Ethiopia / Guji
Thousands of small farmers live in the Guji coffee region, growing coffee at high altitudes where the Rift Valley meets the Bale Mountains. Banana and mango trees grow alongside coffee trees, imparting their fruity flavors into the soil.
The area is rich in history – and rich in coffee. Producers bring their ripe harvests to central washing stations, where the cherries are pulped and washed with mountain spring water the same day. The pulped coffee goes into a fermentation tank for 72 hours, then is washed, spread, and sun-dried for up to 2 weeks on raised beds. The people of the Guji region take pride in the high quality of this sweet, clean coffee.
TASTING NOTES: PEACH /// COCOA /// LEMON CANDY