Ethiopia may be the birthplace of coffee, but is it a complex country when it comes to regions and identification. Coffee can be identified in various ways, including region, zone, processing mill or simply by a local name.
Located in the Guji Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has an elevation of 1758 meters above sea level. It lies within the Sidamo region. Coffees from this region typically have strong berry aromatics with orange acidity and caramel/toffee sweetness.
This Ethiopian coffee is a fruit bomb! Explosive fruity notes of blueberries, strawberry and grapes on the first sip, finish with a lovely aftertaste of violet. For Ethiopian coffee fan, you have to try this out.