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Geographically Ethiopia has the largest amount of highland areas in the African continent. Ethiopia is known as the birthplace of coffee, and it is in the forests of Kaffa (also known as Kefa) that coffee arabica grew wild.
This coffee was produced in Djimmah - a mountainous, rainforest city in Ethiopia. Also spelled as 'Jimma,' this area produces the majority of Ethiopia's unwashed coffees and offers a multitude of different indigenous varieties which can be very diverse in the range and quality on offer. This coffee is grown in the Illubabor and Kaffa regions of Ethiopia, with the catchment area for this coffee being the largest in Ethiopia with 60,000 ton of coffee exported each year.
This unique coffee is thought to be the closest in flavour to the original wild plant and has a rich body. With tasting notes of raisin, dark chocolate & toasted sesame we highly recommend trying this coffee on your home espresso machine either with milk or without!