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Ethiopia Guji Shakiso Danbi Uddo washed

Country of Origin: Ethiopia
Ethiopia Guji Shakiso Danbi Uddo washed
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While Ethiopia is the ancestral home of coffee, some areas are of recent “vintage. Guji is one of the zones of the Oromia Region of Ethiopia, and named after a tribe of the Oromo people. The Guji Zone was created in September 2002, when the upland woredas of the Borena Zone were split apart to create it. Some of the great heirloom varietals farmed in Ethiopia hail from this large sector, and represent a veritable who's who of prized coffees.
Danbi Uddo is a neighborhood of Shakiso City, Guji, Oromia Region, and the site of the Testi Trading washing station. From elevations from 1800-1950 meters, some 850 smallholder growers bring their heirloom coffees to be processed, that is 36-48 hours fermenting, 11 days drying in the sun on raised beds, then transported to Addis Ababa for milling, grading and export.
In its light-medium roast profile, a Hario pourover of the Danbi Uddo cups as much like a classic Yirgacheffe as a fruit-forward Sidamo; jammy, lemony, jasmine, chocolatey. We do a slightly deeper and longer roast for espresso…please specify when you order!!...to get intense notes of pepper, cocoa, bergamot. Any way you make it, a great cup!
 1 lb. bag $15.55 lb.


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"Thank you, Justin, for providing us with the most amazing beans. The coffee profile you created for us has been a huge success. We appreciate your dedication to finding exceptional beans and your ability to deliver consistent results. We look forward to a long working relationship and more great coffee from Badbeard’s Microroastery."
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