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    Famed the world over for its distinctive blueberry mocha flavour, Harrar coffee fetches some of the highest prices for unwashed coffee in the world market.

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    Ethiopian Spices

    Ethiopia produces a wide variety of spices which mainly include Black Cumin Seed, Dry Ginger, Cardamom Whole and Coriander Seed.

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    Ethiopian White Pea Beans, Red Kidney Beans and Horse Beans are grown in the Rift Valley area and possess high nutritional supplement with high export demand in developed nations.

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    Premium Quality Sesame Seed

    Ethiopia provides a wide variety of premium quality sesame Seed, locally named "Selitt", with distinct aroma and taste sourced from Humera, Gonder and Wollega. Ethiopian sesame comes in various shades including but not limited to whitish, mixed and reddish tints.

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Harrar-Sun-Dried-CoffeeFamed the world over for its distinctive blueberry mocha flavour, Harrar coffee fetches some of the highest prices for unwashed coffee in the world market. A good proportion of the crop goes to the Middle East and Japan. The distinctive 'long berry' bean shape is increasingly hard to find, but the cup remains consistently excellent. Coffee in Harrar is not washed due to a marked lack of water resources and the fact that the sundried coffee already fetches significant premiums due to its exceptional cup characteristics.

Altitude: 1510-2120 m (4950-6950 ft)

Cup: Medium to light acidity, full body, strong mocha flavour with blueberry notes

Harvest: October to February

Shipment: February to August

Exports p.a.: 3'000 MT unwashed (Grade 4), 10'000 MT unwashed (Grade 5)

Sidamo Sun Dried Coffee-Ethiopian Sidamo coffee has a mild, mellow and somewhat fruity flavor. It also has a delectable aroma. Sidamo coffee comes from the Oromia, or Sidamo, region of the country.

A wet-processed (washed) Ethiopian coffee known for its rich, full body (mouthfeel), sweet and complex flavor, low acidity, floral aroma, and an finish that is bright and soft.
A good Sidamo is well-balanced with notes of chocolate and often exhibits tones of spice and wine.

Ethiopian Sidamo Coffee Farming

Sidamo coffees are grown in the Province of Sidamo in the Ethiopian highlands at elevations from 4,600 to 7,200 feet above sea level. It is very likely that in and around this region is where coffee had its origins.

Yirgacheffe Washed Coffee-The town of Yirgacheffe (Irgachefe) is in Ethiopia's Sidamo area at an elevation of about 1,900 meters above sea level and is the administrative center of the coffees-growing district.
Some say that the Yirgacheffe area is the site of coffee's origins, though there is some debate over this issue.

High Elevation and Wet-Processing Create Fine Flavors

Yirgacheffe coffee is a wet processing (washed) coffee grown at elevations from 5,800 feet to 6,600 feet above sea level, and is the most distinguished coffee grown in southern Ethiopia, a region known for its fine coffees.

Lekemoti Natural Coffee-Grown in the Ghimbi and Wollega regions of Ethiopia at elevations between 4,900 feet and 5,900 feet above sea level, Lekempti coffee is known for its pleasant acidity and healthy body reminiscent of Ethiopian Harrar Longberry coffee.

 Like Ghimbi, Wollega coffee is grown in western Ethiopia. Wollega is a medium to bold coffee that is known for its delicious fruity taste. The bean is a greenish brown color. Wollega is often added as a blend to other coffees, but it can stand on its own as a satisfying drink. Ethiopian Lekempti Coffee also exhibits a slight yet distinct fruity flavor.

Limu CoffeeLimu is a high-quality wet-processed (washed) Ethiopian coffee that exhibits a relatively low acidity yet is somewhat sharp. The brewed cup is distinguished by its well-balanced body (mouthfeel) and noticeable winey and spicy flavors, often fruit-toned, pleasantly sweet and vibrant with floral overtones.

Ethiopian Limu Coffee Farming

Limu coffee is grown at elevations ranging from 3,600 to 6,200 feet in southwest/southcentral Ethiopia producing medium-sized coffee beans with a distinctive roundish shape and green color. Limu is a market name. Many specialty roasters consider washed Limu coffee from Ethiopia to be a premium gourmet coffee.

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