Ethiopia is the birthplace of Arabica coffee, and one of the finest coffee-producing countries in the world. The legend of how coffee was discovered tells the story of a goat breeder discovering coffee by watching his goats act strange after eating the fruits of an unfamiliar tree. He took the fruit's seeds to the nearest monastery, where the monks prepared a tea from them. The monks then felt very energetic and stayed awake all night long. After the monks discovered the effect of the beans, the news was shared from monastery to monastery. Coffee was then transported from Ethiopia to Egypt and Yemen and so on.
Located in the south of Ethiopia, the Sidama region offers great-quality coffee. Sidama’s coffees have lemon-citric tones with bright acidity. “Ethiopia Sidama” is a type of Arabica coffee grown in the Sidama Province of Ethiopia. Sidama coffee includes Yirgacheffe Coffee, Uraga Coffee and Guji Coffee.
|Farm||Uraga Washing Station (600 local farmers)|
|Altitude||1,600 - 1,800 masl|
|Proc. Method||Fully Washed|
In The Cup: Cranberry, Hibiscus, Honey
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