New for 2021 is a lovely natural-processed coffee from the Guji Zone of the Oromia regional state of Ethiopia. Guji, which borders Sidama (another favorite region of ours) is known for deep red soils and high elevations that are particularly conducive for specialty coffee cultivation. Representative coffees from Guji commonly receive high scores and are often distinguished by notes of chocolate and jasmine, with sweet-tart acidity. If you've been with us for a while, you know how much we love natural African coffees, and we're excited to share our latest offering with you!
We love the unique character of this coffee, featuring notes of black cherry, coconut, vanilla cola, and delicate hints of strawberry and peach.
As is often the case with natural African coffees, we are roasting this one light, which gives this coffee ample room to showcase its unique flavor profile without any heavy-handed roast flavors getting in the way.
Region: Guji Zone, Oromia Regional State
Producer: Various Small Farmers
Variety: Heirloom Ethiopian varietals
Elevation: 1950-2200 meters above sea level