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Single Origin - Ethiopian Limu Grade 2

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The Ethiopian Limu Grade 2 is grown from Ethiopia's western Kaffa region (the very region that is the etymological source for the English word "coffee"). The beans are distinctive by their greenish/yellow colour and almost exclusively processed by hand.

Ethiopia is acknowledged as the birthplace of Arabica coffee and over the centuries has retained a revered place in the social, cultural and economic heart of the country. Today, the country is the world’s 5th largest exporter. Coffee in Ethiopia is predominantly a highland crop growing at elevations between 1100 - 2300 MASL. About 90% of Ethiopian coffee is produced by small holder farmers and remaining 10% by commercial, government and private estates.  

As a rule, only Grade 1 and Grade 2 coffees are washed, Grade 3, 4 and 5 are naturals. Ethiopian beans are often referred to by their bean shape, Longberry and shortberry; based on size as the name suggests and Mocha which are peaberries.  

  • Type: Arabica
  • Region: Kaffa
  • Varietals: Heirloom
  • Process: Washed
  • Altitude: 1500-1850 masl
  • Preparation: Hand picked and sorted 

In the cup 

Floral, Peach Sweetness, Medium Chocolate Body, Lemon Acidity

If you would like your beans to be ground, please state for what coffee maker you require the coffee, and if it is an espresso machine, kindly state the make and model in the delivery/order notes section during the checkout process.