Ethiopia Beans

Ethiopian Harrar Coffee

  • About: – Harrar is one of the main coffee growing regions in Ethiopia. Coffee grown at Harrar has a reputation for producing distinctive wild-varietal Arabica considered to be one of the best coffees in the world. The reputation of Harrar is in its taste- highly regarded for its spicy and an almost wine-like texture and taste.
  • Flavour Profile: – Coffee with medium sized beans with greenish – yellow color, Wild berry acidity with a strong, dry edge and full body, and a distinctive Mocha flavor. 
  • Processing Types: – Natural (Dry Processed)
  • Growing Altitude: – Grown at an elevation of 6,150-7,150 feet (1,880-2,180 meters) above sea level. The high altitude is responsible for its sweet taste and delicious aroma.
  • Harvest: –October-January
  • Availability: – May-July

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee

  • About: – Yirgacheffe is a coffee region in southern Ethiopia that produces distinctively floral and fruit-toned coffees from traditional varieties of Arabica long grown in the region from wild coffee trees.
  • Flavour Profile: – Classic Arabica profile, smooth, mild, fruity acidity with a floral aroma
  • Processing Types: – Natural, washed
  • Growing Altitude: – 5,900-6,250 feet (1,800-1,900 meters)
  • Harvest: -October-January
  • Availability: – January-December
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Ethiopian Sidamo Coffee 

  • About: – Sidamo is one of the most prolific growing regions in Ethiopia, putting out large volumes of consistently great coffee each year.
  • Flavour Profile: – Deeply complex, rich-bodied, and possesses a floral aroma and mild acidity
  • Processing Types: – Natural, washed
  • Growing Altitude: – 4,900-7,225 feet (1,500-2,200 meters)
  • Harvest: – October-January
  • Availability: – January-December
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Ethiopian Limu Coffee

  • About: – A bit west of the capital, located centrally in Ethiopia, is the Limu region. This variety is also a wet-processed coffee and tends to be in its sharper than other Ethiopian coffees, which some people strongly favour.
  • Flavour Profile: – Noticeably wine-like and spicy flavour with floral overtones, some acidity, and sharpness
  • Processing Types-: Washed
  • Growing Altitude: -3,600-6,225 feet (1,100-1,900 meters)
  • Harvest: – October-January
  • Availability: – January-December

Ethiopian Lekempti Coffee

  • About: – Lekempti coffee is primarily cultivated in Welega, a province to the west of Addis Ababa, where coffee is mostly grown in forest or semi-forest land and naturally processed. Lekempti coffee is heavier and smoother than other Ethiopian varietals. 

    • Flavour Profile: – Heavier body, rich yet balanced, pleasant acidity and healthy, lingering profile fruity and caramel smell, with notes of vanilla
    • Processing Types: – Natural (Dry Processed)
    • Growing Altitude: 5,575-7,225 feet (1,700-2,200 meters)
    • Harvest: – February-April
    • Availability: – February-December


    • About: – Djimma Coffee is grown in the Illubabor and Kaffa regions of Ethiopia within the biggest catchment area in Ethiopia, Djimmah is also called Jimma Coffee.
    • Flavour Profile: – is an excellent, low-acidity, medium body, Intense sweetness with wine-like notes. Rich body, deeply aromatic with a complex earthy finish.
    • Processing Types: –  Natural (Dry Processed)
    • Growing Altitude: – 1341-1828 feet (4,400 to 6,000 meters)
    • Harvest: – October – March
    • Availability: – January-December