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Sunnyirga (Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia)

Sunnyirga (Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia)
From: $20.00

Availability: In stock

Producer: 
Several Small Holders

Varietals: 
Heirloom

Elevation: 
1880 MASL

Processing: 
Natural Process

We hear: 
Blackberry, Cherry Pie, Fudge, Sleep the Clock Around

Sourced by: 
Collaborative Coffee Source

How about these natural Yirgacheffes from Moplaco? They are clean, fruity, spicy, delicious and complex. The care that goes into the processing of this coffee is incredibly detailed; the idea behind this coffee project is to make naturals that are truly great, focusing on sorting, sorting, and more sorting. The coffee is grown in Gedeb, which is on the borders of Yirgacheffe and Guji at around 1880 masl. There are about 200 farmers that supply the coffee, though that number can change based on the price. Farmers are actually paid twice for their cherry; once upon delivery and again through a percentage that is donated to community projects, like schools. 

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From: $20.00

All of our coffees are roasted to order and shipped as whole beans. We roast on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and ship out the following day. Orders are roasted based on demand. Thanks!

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Producer: 
Several Small Holders

Varietals: 
Heirloom

Elevation: 
1880 MASL

Processing: 
Natural Process

We hear: 
Blackberry, Cherry Pie, Fudge, Sleep the Clock Around

Sourced by: 
Collaborative Coffee Source

How about these natural Yirgacheffes from Moplaco? They are clean, fruity, spicy, delicious and complex. The care that goes into the processing of this coffee is incredibly detailed; the idea behind this coffee project is to make naturals that are truly great, focusing on sorting, sorting, and more sorting. The coffee is grown in Gedeb, which is on the borders of Yirgacheffe and Guji at around 1880 masl. There are about 200 farmers that supply the coffee, though that number can change based on the price. Farmers are actually paid twice for their cherry; once upon delivery and again through a percentage that is donated to community projects, like schools. 

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