Origin: Zingaj, Tega Village, Bonga, Kibo, Kaffa, Ethiopia
Farmer: Ahadu Woubhset
Trade: Café Imports
Tasting Notes: Sugarcane, Peachie-O’s, Hibiscus, Clean
Ethiopian coffees have come a long way in recent years. A lot of the great progress is attributed to a few people who have made it their mission to making their country and trade better. One of these people is Ahadu Woubheset, the farmer of this particular coffee. He was a founded member of the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) and has since started this farm so he can produce his own specialty coffee. Just a few years ago, traceability of coffee in Ethiopia was rare. Now, we can trace coffees all the way down to the farmer, and even subplot within their farms. Not only where it’s from, but what is on that farm. The term “Ethiopia Heirloom Variety” was commonplace because coffee was hard to identify in Ethiopia. Now, we know this farm provides the varieties 74110, 744, and 7454. Those numbers might not mean anything to you, but to someone who is trying to create a sustainable coffee and farm, means there has been great care and work go into this farm. Black Press Roasting loves sustainability, traceability, and tasty coffee. This coffee meets those expectations and beyond.
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