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Sidamo Coffee

Sidamo was a province in the southern part of Ethiopia. Its name has it’s origin from a native ethnic group of Ethiopia, called Sidama, which is located in the south-central part of the country. Their major political state was the ancient Kingdom of Sidama. The old political map says Sidama was bordered by Gama-Gofa on the west, Shewa on the north, Bale extending from north to east, a small portion on the southeast by Somalis, and on the south by Kenya. see more...

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Yirgacheffe Coffee

Yirgacheffe zone officially called Gedeo, is a zone within the state of Southern Nations and Nationalities People’s Region. Coffee is sold under the name Yirgacheffe- which is a woreda (district) within the Gedeo Zone. see more...

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Djimma Coffee

Djimma Coffee is grown in the Illubabor and Kaffa regions of Ethiopia at elevations from 4,400 to 6,000 feet above sea level within the biggest catchment area in Ethiopia, an area that produces and exports about 60,000 tons of coffee each year. Djimmah is also called Jimma Coffee. see more...

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Guji Coffee

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

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Nekemte Coffee

Nekemte is a market town in western Ethiopia, lying just over 300k west of Addis Ababa in a region of high rainfall and many hills. Coffee grows in rust-red volcanic soils at altitudes between 1,700–2,200 m.a.s.l. and a typical cup will have a medium body with good acidity, and a fruity finish. see more...

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Limmu Coffee

Limmu is a rugged, mountainous region stretching from south-central to south-western Ethiopia, part of the Oromiya Zone, that produces primarily washed coffees. The coffee beans sourced here have a distinct roundish shape and green colour, and are medium sized. see more...

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