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ETHIOPIA

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Ethiopia, located in the Horn of Africa, is a country of diverse landscapes, encompassing the Ethiopian Highlands, the Great Rift Valley, and the Danakil Depression. Bordered by Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, and Kenya, Ethiopia boasts a rich cultural heritage and is renowned as the birthplace of coffee. Ethiopian coffee, particularly from regions like Sidamo, is globally esteemed for its unique and varied flavor profiles. The combination of high altitudes, fertile soils, and distinct microclimates contributes to the cultivation of high-quality Arabica beans with bright acidity and notable notes of floral and citrus, making Ethiopian coffee a standout choice for enthusiasts seeking a rich and diverse coffee experience.

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Guji Ana Sora - Grade 1

Variety: Arabica Heirlom

Location: East Guji Zone

Processing Type: Natural

Altitude: 2400mst

Score: 91

Characteristics: sweet and fruity aromatics. Flavours of blueberry, raspberry, and almond. A sweet, bright, and chewy cup with a pleasant tartness

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Guji Debeka - Grade 1

Variety: Arabica Heirlom

Location: West Guji Zone

Processing Type: Natural

Altitude: 1700mst

Score: 90

Characteristics: Overall sweet and fruity aromatics. Flavours of blueberry, raspberry, and almond. A sweet, bright, and chewy cup with a pleasant tartness

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Bale Mountain Natural - Grade 1

Variety: Arabica Heirlom

Location: West Guji Zone

Processing Type: Natural

Altitude: 2000mst

Score: 89

Characteristics: Fruits, blackberry, vanilla, cocoa

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Yirgacheffe Natural - Grade 1

Variety: Yirgacheffe

Location: West Guji Zone

Processing Type: Natural

Altitude: 1800 - 2000 mst

Score: 90

Characteristics: Sharp acid, full body, sweet Juicy, floral.

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Guji Hambela - Grade 1

Variety: - 

Location: Guji

Processing Type: Natural

Altitude: 1800 - 2200 mst

Score: 88

Characteristics: Toffee, apricot, butterscotch, lime

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