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ETHIOPIA, ANDERACHA {FILTER}

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This natural processed coffee comes to us from small-holder farmers contributing cherry to the Anderacha mill in Limu, Guji, Ethiopia. Anderacha is a few hundred kilometres from the border with South Sudan. In the cup expect a big, milk chocolate body with cherry and raspberry and a long, nutty finish. This coffee has high clarity - good definition of flavour, no ‘muddiness’. It is grown at fairly high altitude, 1700-1950 metres above sea level and is composed of the ‘Keffa Bourbon’ varietal which is not to be confused with the Bourbon varietals found in Central and South America. Keffa, as the story goes, is a zone in Ethiopia where coffee is said to have first sprouted. Whether or not this is actually true is another story. This coffee is an example of Ethiopian ‘garden’ coffee whereby many farmers collect cherry from their small plot of land and deliver to a nearby mill. On the other end of the spectrum would be a large estate which employs pickers in the on-season and possibly mills their own cherry onsite.

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