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Ethiopian Coffee – Single Origin & Traceability

Ethiopia, popularly known as the birthplace of Arabica Coffee, today accounts for 3 % of the coffee grown worldwide.  The main coffee growing regions are Lekempt, Jimma, Limmu, Sidamo, and Yirgacheffe.  It is quite interesting to note that more than 70% of the Ethiopian population consists of farmers. Forest, Semi-Forest, Garden and Plantation Coffees are the …

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Sidamo Coffee

• Altitude of up to 1550 – 2200 • Produced washed and exceptionally unwashed coffee • Cup: fine acidity, medium body with spicy • Has: small to medium sized beans, Greenish • Blended for gourmet or specialty coffee Sidama Zone is a zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia. It is named for the Sidama people, whose …

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Guji Coffee

Guji is one of the zones of the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Guji is named after a tribe of the Oromo people. Guji is bordered on the south by Borena, on the west by the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region, on the north by the Ganale Dorya River which separates it from Bale and on the east by the Somali Region. The highest point in this zone …

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Yirgacheffe Coffee

Washed best highland grown coffee Recognized as a district character flavor Set apart for exceptional citrus and floral flavor Has fine acidity Cup: bright Acidity, medium body Altitude: 1770 – 2200 m Raw: uniform, thick, medium to bold, oval in shape and compacted About the Yirgacheffe region Yirgacheffe is actually part of the Sidamo region …

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Heleph Coffee Company grew in response to global pressure

Coffee is Ethiopia’s natural resource that has been a major source of export income and topped its sell abroad trade for a long time. It is also strongly linked with the socioeconomic values of the people for many years. However, the country has not adequately benefited from the sector due to various reasons. Over twenty …

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The Coffee Exporter’s Guide THIRD EDITION

The Coffee Exporter’s Guide THIRD EDITION Nu Buna Tetoo ❤❤❤ Ethiopian coffee drinking culture .Ethiopian cultural hospitality that’s been passed from generation to generation. Ethiopia’s coffee drinking culture, like its citizenry, is diverse. As anywhere else, people drinks coffee is part of culture, to get relaxation of a moment, to have chats with friends and …

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Broadly speaking, coffees can be divided into three commercial categories.

       Exemplary quality coffees have a high intrinsic value with a fine or unique cup. Usually of quite limited availability. Mostly retailed under the straight estate or origin names. Usually very well presented washed coffees, including some superior washed Robusta’s, but also includes some naturals (Ethiopian Harare, Yemeni Mochas, and some Indonesian Arabica’s) and top organic coffees, …

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