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Ethiopia Hambela Natural

Grown in the Guji zone but processed accross the district border in Gedeo zone, Hambela is from the farm of Aman Adinew and his brother Michael. Previous to this, Aman was director of quality control at the ECX, or Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, and was in charge of the first speciality coffee lab in Ethiopia.

We love this jammy natural. With citrus notes that concentrate more towards mango, dried strawberry, and apple. Coconut, milk choc and florals add to the expected complexity. Just super tasty.




65% of Ethiopia’s coffee growing area is located within the Oromia region, with around 150,000 tons a year produced across 88 regions within 13 regions. The majority of the region’s coffee is known as garden coffee due to the small plots of land with lower yields, as producers multicrop with other cash crops to maximise their returns. However, Hambella farm encompasses 200 hectares and employs 28 full-time staff, swelling to just over 700 in full season. 70% of these workers are women, and there is a program for farmers in the local area to be able to work closely with agronomists and processing experts to increase the quality of their coffee. Some of this is then bought and sold by the farm in addition to their own beans.

The coffee from Hambella is grown in the Guji zone, but the processing facilities are across the district border in Gedeb, Gedeo zone. The coffee is left to dry in the sun for 21 days on raised beds, being turned frequently before being bagged.

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