Ethiopian Guji Sere Saba
FLAVORS RASPBERRY, CARAMEL, BLACK TEA, CITRUS, CRANBERRY
REGION / SOURCED FROM GUJI
ELEVATION GROWN 2300 METERS
PRODUCERS VARIOUS SMALL HOLDERS
VARIETALS VARIOUS HEIRLOOMS
Flavor all day! Ethiopian coffees are heralded for their complexity and incredible floral and fruit qualities. This fine example is sweet and tart yet delicate on the tongue; close your eyes and taste mild caramel and citrus and finally, as you swallow, a delightful hint of berries…
Like Yirgacheffe, coffees from the Guji area were previously categorized together with coffees from Sidamo which is actually a very wide geographical classification encompassing much of central and southern Ethiopia. However, Guji coffees are said to be quite distinct from either Yirgacheffe or Sidamo coffee. Located in the southern portion of Sidamo, the people of Guji have a long tradition of coffee cultivation. They are called the Oromo people. Guji is one of the zones of the Oromia Region of Ethiopia and is named after a tribe of the Oromo people.