Addis Ababa Highpoint,Ethopian,Trvl Love Koffee,Trvl Love Koffee
Addis Ababa Highpoint,Ethopian,Trvl Love Koffee,Trvl Love Koffee
Fair Trade Organic |Addis Ababa Highpoint
Fair Trade Organic |Addis Ababa Highpoint
Fair Trade Organic |Addis Ababa Highpoint
Fair Trade Organic |Addis Ababa Highpoint

Fair Trade Organic |Addis Ababa Highpoint

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About Addis Ababa Highpoint:

Trvl Love Koffee brings you the Addis Ababa Highpoint Jave bean we roast to American Roast  levels to bring out all of the best characteristics the flavor profile Sweet, smooth and balanced with toffee, chocolate, soft floral and lemon flavors. This area produces top-of-the-line specialty coffee. With notes of cocoa, raspberry, and honey, one can taste one of the finest coffees in Ethiopia. This coffee is naturally processed, organically cultivated, and hand sorted. Using Artisan techniques, we roast this coffee in small batches, ensuring that each bean reaches its full flavor potential.

 

**Coffee in this area uses environmentally safe wash processes, often by hand. **

Cup Characteristics: Berry, Earthy, Jasmine

Grade

1/FTO
Region Gedeb, Yirgacheffe
Growing Altitude 2200–2250 masl
Arabica Variety Bourbon
Harvest Period October-February
Milling Process Natural, Sun-dried
Aroma Berry, Earthy, Chocolate
Flavor Typical moka flavor, marked blueberry
Body Heavy
Acidity Fair to light acidity

 

 

The Worka Cooperative in Worka operates the Halo Fafate Washing Station in Yirgacheffe, which serves around 900 smallholder farmers in the area. Coffee is typically grown on small garden-size plots and is used to supplement a family's income in addition to being grown for personal use. At this washing station, coffee is delivered in cherry form by producers, and it will be dried on raised beds. Coffees are then separated into "lots" of 150 bags of parchment coffee.

Coffees in Ethiopia are typically traceable to the washing station level, where smallholder farmers—many of whom own less than 1/2 hectare of land, and as little as 1/8 hectare on average—deliver cherry by weight to receive payment at a market rate. The coffee is sorted and processed into lots without retaining information about whose coffee harvest is in which bag or which lot.