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The historic origin of coffee is located in a small village called Kaffa, south of Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia. Today, Ethiopian highland Arabica is valued as second to none. The combination of cool highland climate, excellent soil condition and a century old culture of growing coffee (50% of the Ethiopian coffee is consumed by the local population) leads to an exceptional coffee quality. As Ethiopian coffee is also one of the most expensive kinds of coffee in the World, it is usually used as blend to improve the taste. 

The most famous areas of coffee are located in the regions of Guji, Yirgacheffe, Ilubabor, Djimmah, Sidamo and Harar.

Ethiopia is where coffea arabica the coffee plant, originates. The plant is now grown in various parts of the world; Ethiopia itself accounts for around 3% of the global coffee market.

Ethiopian coffee can be sourced directly from Exporters, cooperative unions, medium and large estate farms.

You can get traceable coffees in Ethiopia from cooperative unions, private coffee growers and estate farms that can be traced back to the farm and washing stations.

In Ethiopia, You can find organic, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance, 4C, CAFÉ practice and bird friendly certified coffees.

There are washed (wet), un-washed (natural), Honey and Anaerobic processing system in Ethiopia.


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