One of the best parts about sourcing coffee from Ethiopia is the sheer surplus of good coffee to choose from. Even though the harvest was delayed this year and quantities were down, the coffees are tasting better than ever. The same is true for this lot of Yabitu Koba from the Uraga area of the Guji Highlands. Uraga has some of the highest coffee growing in all of Ethiopia, which translates to some of the best possible qualities in the cup. The Hana Asrat washing station, owned by Feku Jebril, processes cherry from roughly 700 smallholder farmers around Yabitu Koba village. This particular selection was among the best-washed coffees we tasted in Ethiopia this year, so we're super excited to share it with y'all.