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  • Situated in the Gedeo zone, the Gedeb washing station draws from nearby Gotiti village. Smallholders grow coffee on steep mountain slopes under Cordia, Africana, Acacia, and Ensete trees. After being sorted, coffees are pulped 
and allowed to ferment for 28 hours, then washed and sun-dried for approximately 18 days
    $18.00
    Gedeb Gotiti is produced by smallholder farmers in the Gedeo region. The farmers grow their coffee on steep mountain slopes at approximately 1,990 meters above sea level under the shade of Cordia, Africana, Acacia, and...
  • Uraga Washing Station is located in the Guji Zone with over 600 smallholder farmers contributing cherries. These farmers cultivate their coffee on the mountain slopes of Guji at 1,650 to 2,000 meters above sea level. The coffee is grown in the shade of Birbira, Corsica Africana, and Ensete Ventricosum trees.
    $18.00
    Uraga Washing Station is located in the Guji Zone with over 600 smallholder farmers contributing cherries. These farmers grow their coffee on the mountain slopes of Guji at 1,650 to 2,000 meters above sea level. Guji is...
  •  Collected from farms in Ethiopia's famed Sidamo growing region, this select lot highlights the area's prized fruit-forward flavor profile. Decaffeination for this coffee was completed by Swiss Water Process, a method which uses a water-based solution to extract the caffeine while preserving flavor compounds in the bean.
    $16.00
    Collected from farms in Ethiopia's famed Sidamo growing region, this select lot highlights the area's prized fruit-forward flavor profile. Decaffeination for this coffee was completed by Swiss Water Process, a method which...
  •  Located in Kayanza commune in northern Burundi, the Kibingo Central Washing Station handles processing for nearly 3600 growers with each producer harvesting coffee from about 300 trees. Since the early 1980s Burundi has heavily invested in the coffee subsector, allowing it to become the country's top revenue earner.
    $18.00
    There are 3,515 smallholders living around Kayanza, Burundi who deliver their cherry to Kibingo washing station. We are excited to import this coffee from our in-country partner Greenco. In addition to...

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