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Ethiopia Gediyo Yirgacheffe Gedeb Chelbesa Premium Pineapple Ferm. Natural G1

Ethiopia Gediyo Yirgacheffe Gedeb Chelbesa Premium Pineapple Ferm. Natural G1

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Production Area / Yirgacheffe
Producer / Gedeb Chelbesa
Elevation / 2,000– 2,200 M
Variety / Wolisho, Dega
Level/ G1
Process / Pineapple Natural Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ PineappleMangoYogurtBlueberryToffee

Estate profile /
The treatment plant built by SNAP in 2019 in Danche, a small settlement in the village of Jobesa. Their berries come from 476 small farmers in the surrounding area. The village of Jobesa is characterized by a dense forest vegetation structure. Farmers will plant tall false bananas (False Banana) as shade trees for coffee. At the same time, false bananas are also grown by local residents. The main grain, its starch is taken out and made into Kocho (a fermented cake with a strong aroma), which is eaten with meat or other ingredients. There are coffee trees and pseudo-bananas in the same farmland; cash crops and food crops complement each other, creating a very good agroecology. The most common red brown soil in the Joebesa Village area is a particularly fertile, iron-rich and highly acidic soil, which is very suitable for growing coffee. The coffee produced in this terroir is truly extraordinary.
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