Region / Town:Sidamo / Guji
Altitude: 1950 masl
Harvest Time: October - March
Taste spectrum: berries, tropical fruit, honey
Background: Typical for many Ethiopian coffees, we have no information as to the specific source of this coffee.
The Sidamo region is located in the south of the capital city Addis Ababa, in the highlands. The Guji-Chire region runs along the Mora Mora River region and is well known for its wild growing coffee trees, known as “forest coffee”.
Like most other Ethiopian coffees, this region is comprised of many small farmers that consolidate their coffees for processing and export. However, unlike other dry-process Ethiopian coffees, these coffees are dried on raised beds instead of the ground, which is a much cleaner method.