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Coffee: Ethiopia, Guji Uraga

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Description: Coffee grows wild and naturally in the Guji Zone, located within the Oromia Region of Southern Ethiopia. This classic Guji profile offers up a cup that is delicate and floral with notes of honey, chamomile, almond and citrus - a truly irresistible Ethiopia washed coffee.

Are you seeking a more delicate brew with notes of honey, chamomile, almond, and citrus? Discover our Guji Uraga coffee, grown at 1950 - 2050 meters above sea level in the lush and forested small backyard farms of coffee growers in Guji. The coffee grows naturally and wild here, as nature intended. A community effort, approximately 2400 farmers deliver their cherries to the Uraga washing station for processing, which is owned by Israel Degefa. We had the privilege of visiting this station in 2018, thanks to our partnership with one of our importers, Keffa.

Tasting Notes: Honey, Chamomile, Almond, Citrus
Producer: Israel Degefa
Region: Guji
Altitude: 1950 - 2050 masl
Variety: Heirloom
Process: Washed

12 oz bag of whole beans.

Backyard Beans Coffee Company

Matt and Laura Adams own and operate Backyard Beans Coffee, a specialty coffee roasting company based in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. They always loved roasting coffee for themselves. Producing batches for sale started because their local farmers’ market had none to offer. When they saw the need was the same in other markets, they were compelled to bridge the gap. Within a year, they found themselves in the middle of a flourishing coffee roasting business, complete with professional roasters and a new commercial space. The company name came about because all the work was initially done their own backyard. The logo is also significant because the initials of Laura L. Adams and Matt Adams spell “L.L.A.M.A.” The name and logo together reflect the hard work and dedication that goes into creating superior coffee. In many ways, Backyard Beans is a labor of love. They only purchase superior, responsibly sourced coffee beans. Working with an importer to source sustainably grown coffee from around the world is something in which they take great pride. Great coffee begins at the heart, with hard-working farmers and co-ops. By sourcing, they’re doing their part to secure a sustainable future.

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