Chaleur Coffee- Ethiopia Gedeb Natural

Chaleur Coffee- Ethiopia Gedeb Natural

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$18.00
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$18.00

Ethiopia Gedeb Natural / Single Origin / Organic Grade 1 / 12oz bag- Whole Bean

Tasting notes: Strawberry,  honeysuckle, berries.

Light Roast.

This coffee is sourced through Balzac Brothers, an importer based here in the South! Their home base has been Charleston SC for almost 25 years, but their family's tradition as coffee importers dates back 95 years, as one of the leading families in developing the specialty coffee industry as we know it today.

From the importer:

Grade 1 Organic
Arabica and Local Landrace Varieties.

Aman Adinew, CEO of METAD agricultural group, is the type of person whose infectious enthusiasm commands an entire room. By offering these excellent washed and naturally-processed lots from Gedeb and Hambela, we’re able to pass along that entusiasm to our partners here in the U.S. Our team at Balzac feels confident that METAD’s coffees are some of the cleanest, most complex we’re able to offer every year.

With his agricultural group, Aman works to influence Ethiopia’s coffee communities and their partners in consuming countries across the world. METAD owns Africa’s first SCA-certified quality control lab and the company provides post-harvest training and health benefits to its employees, keeping in mind that in order for a company to thrive, its employees and the communities it works in must also thrive.

This coffee comes from METAD’s Gedeb site in the fertile Southern Nations, Nationaliies, and Peoples’ Regions (SNNPR) of Gedeb, found within the Gedeo zone, approximately 437 Kilometers South of Addis Ababa. Here METAD operates a washing station and dry mill, employing 28 permanent staff and 700 seasonal employees between this station and their partner station in Hambela. Seventy percent or more of these staff members are women, plus METAD partners with over 700 outgrowers to provide best practices on growing, harvesting, and selling coffee.

This coffee, which includes Arabica and Local Landrace Varieties, was grown at an altitude of 1,770 to 2,200 meters above sea level. Both washed and natural iterations of this coffee present complex, fruit-forward taste notes that we look for and love in Ethiopian coffees.