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Guji Hambella

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if you are a coffee lover, you are familiar with guji region coffee . one of the reasons

this is a fan favorite and our best seller

is the long beautiful after-taste.

origin: Ethiopia Guji Hambella

Variety: Heirloom

Processing - Natural

Altitude : 1950-2200 M.A.S.L

Profile: Berry, deep flowery, herbal and honey notes, long aftertaste sensation.

Roasting Level - Medium

Suitable For- Filter, Espresso,French press, Moka pot ,

Abyssinia, now modern-day Ethiopia, is considered the place where coffee originated. Based on ancient Ethiopian history.

Coffee was introduced to the trading world in 1454 when the Mufti of Aden visited Ethiopia and sampled the beverage. Claiming that the drink had cured him of some affliction, his approval carried so much weight amongst his men that soon word of mouth spread like wildfire- with these men introducing coffee to ports in Yemen and Mecca- and coffee was soon on the menu everywhere.

Ethiopia is the land of coffee’s origin and remains the source of genetic diversity needed to keep the industry alive. The history and mystery of coffee’s discovery and early cultivation in Ethiopia intrigue self-described coffee nerds.

Arabica coffee has always grown wild in the hills of the Kaffa and Buno districts, so many coffee farms were established in those areas. Today, 98% of the Ethiopian coffee farmers are small scale. Because coffee still grows wild in many areas, farmers harvest their crops utilizing 4 different systems: forest coffee, semi-forest coffee, garden coffee, and plantation coffee.

Southern Ethiopian coffees like Guji Hambella are largely produced from distinctive indigenous Ethiopian varieties of Arabica long grown in the region. This is a dry-processed or “natural” version, meaning the beans were dried inside the fruit rather than after the fruit has been removed, as is the case with wet-processed or “washed” coffees.


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