COFFEE SOURCES

Guji Coffee

Guji lies in the Oromiya region of southern Ethiopia. Coffees sourced from this region used to be classified together with Sidaamo, but have since been recognised for their distinct taste profile and characteristics.

REGION: Oromia, West Guji Zone
ALTITUDE: 2,000 to 2,200 M above sea level
PROCESS: Washed, Specialty, Natural and Sun Dried
VARIETAL: Local Heirloom (Sidamo)
HARVEST MONTHS: November to January
CUPPING NOTES: Caramel, Floral, Berry, Sweet & Sugary, with a Medium Acidity and a Medium Body

The birthplace of Arabica coffee, Ethiopia, produces some of the most soughtafter coffees in the world. Guji is one of the zones of the Oromia Region, which is a rich area for coffee, with ancient roots in coffee framing. Guji has proven itself distinct from its neighboring regions, Sidamo and Yirgacheffe, by gaining a reputation for its unique flavor.

GujiCoffee is well known for its production of garden (cottage coffee) that is grown in the garden and fertilized with organic nutrients. It produces world class washed coffee due to its ideal soil type, climate, altitude, rainfall and temperature, for the production of high quality coffee. Coffee is grown in the garden and planted at low densities, ranging from 1000 to 1800 trees per hectare. Garden coffee is fertilized with organic nutrients and is often intercropped with inset (false banana). Guji coffee is currently known for its high quality across the world and has built a reputation over many decades. Guji coffee is low yielding variety with the highest cup quality. Guji coffee bean is medium size, greenish gray color and it has balanced taste and fine flavor with medium acidy with sweet and sugary. It has fine acidity, medium body and is always sold as specialty coffee.

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NATURAL GREEN BEANS FROM ITS BIRTHPLACE