Ethiopian Coffee Beans RFA & Organic


We taste Blackberry, Maple Syrup, & Honeysuckle Mead. This coffee has lots of fun sweet, fruity notes to offer and is quite rich even as a light roasted pour over brew. We also enjoy the medium roast as a floral, peachy espresso.

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Ethiopian Coffee

This coffee is rich, cozy, and fruity. Stone fruit, black tea, and red berries are in contrast with flashes of flowers, wisps of sweetness, and palette pleasing citrus. It is a wonderful example  of picking, cleaning, and processing that combines a unique terroir, more than a millennium of tradition, and expert skills can create in the cup. This coffee is organic and RFA certified, and comes to us from a farm that is well known for its involvement in humanism and environmentalism in Ethiopia.

About the Poducer

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There is an unmatched beauty, immense depth of character, and ancient heritage contained within the UNESCO registered nature reserve surrounding the dense and wild Bonga jungle. It is the Kafa Biosphere Reserve just 460 km southwest of the global hub that is Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. This land that is full of unmatched beauty is also home to almost 5000 wild varieties of coffee plants. It is here in this biodiverse hotspot that coffee originated on our beloved planet Earth. The farm enjoys an annual rainfall of 1600mm and an average temperature of 13-25 degrees Celsius. It hosts a fertile forest soil, brown-red loam texture, and a high humus content.

Utilizing the FairChain business model, the Tega and Tula Coffee Estate in the Kafa Biosphere Reserve is the original location of a now expansive organization that manages farms in the UNESCO registered Sheka Biosphere Reserve and in the Guji zone of Ethiopia. Tega and Tula Special Coffee Farm Agro Industry PLC fuses traditional and modern coffee production, processing, and exporting of specialty grade arabica beans.

Over 80% of their coffee export is Organic and Rainforest Alliance certified and over 90% is traded as Grade-1 specialty with a SCA cup score of 86.5% and above! They promise a commitment to uncompromising quality in all aspects of coffee cultivation, harvesting and processing from their 3 coffee farms and 3 washing stations that are also climate-smart and sustainable. Their coffee selection process is scrupulous and exhaustive. They evaluate their crop over a series of cuppings utilizing a state-of-the-art cupping lab.

Tega & Tula Kaffa coffee estate is over 400 hectares surrounded by majestic mountains and a massive canopy of old-growth trees that shade their coffee plants. Crystal-clear rivers and streams flow through farm. Their trees can be traced at a micro lot and block level.

Tega and Tula offers many opportunities to their community and is committed to reinvesting 5% of our annual revenue back into improving community services and projects.

  • Sponsorships for state-of-the-art secondary schools in the Tega and Tula kebeles that each provide educations to 400 students
  • Scholarships to university for young girls that have have excelled in their studies
  • Constructing over 30km of roads to improve access to other communities, markets, schools, and healthcare
  • Constructing a higher clinic with 3 overnight treatment wings and a children’s vaccination room in the Anderacha woreda
  • Providing 500,000 disease-resistant seedlings produced in their nursery sites free of charge to smallholder coffee farmers within each of our farms. They plan to reach 3 million by 2025.
  • Installing eco-friendly wet mills, and new solar drying technology as part of their climate-smart farming and processing practices.

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This coffee dries on raised beds to produce a high quality environment for fermentation that is balanced and rich in oxygen. Farmers freshly pick the coffee cherry and wash it. The low density beans channel away for lower grade lots as this first washing takes place.

Farmers clean the high grade coffees like this Grade 1 lot and place it on the raised beds. It dries there for 2 to 3 weeks. They meticulously hand-turn and pick over the coffee to prevent and remove any defects. Finally, they mill the dried cherries. The beautiful natural processed coffee beans undergo one last sorting to ensure the highest quality possible.

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