Ethiopian Arabica Specialty Coffee

We export world renowned, sought-after Ethiopian Guji speciality coffee which has unique aroma, flavor and tone. We work hand in hand with our farmers and staffs on every step of preparation to deliver the best quality coffee beans with all its flavors and uniqueness. Below are some of the characteristics, altitudes and flavors of Ethiopian Arabica Coffee.

Guji Coffee

Guji coffee beans grow in the Oromia region, Guji zone between 1,800 to 2,100 meters. It is a world class celebrated quality Arabica coffee with an extensive diversity of coffee profiles ranging from sweet lemon candy and floral tea to heavy green melon, peach, rose flavors and a tea like body.

Yirgacheffee Coffee

Grown in the southern region of Ethiopia, between the altitudes of 1,700 to 2,200 meters above sea level, it is a premium quality Arabica coffee with a cup profile ranging from spicy, fruity, Lemon, sweet flavor , fragrant with their delicate body, floral aroma.

Sidamo Coffee

Sidamo coffee comes from the Sidama region of Ethiopia where large amount of washed coffee is produced in the country. This coffee is characterized with rich mouth feel and bright finish, also full-bodied and complex.

Limmu Coffee

Limmu coffee which is grown at elevations ranging from 1,500 to 1,900 meters in west Ethiopia, is a high-quality coffee with low but sharp acidity. Limmu coffee is characterized by its well-balanced body, noticeable winey and spicy flavors, and pleasantly sweet floral overtones.

Lekemti Coffee

This coffee beans grow in Ghimbi and wollega regions of Ethiopia at elevation between 1,700 to 2,200 meters above sea level and it is known for its medium body with fruity finish, good acidity, complexity of flavor and aroma.

Jimma Coffee

These coffee beans grow at elevations from 1,400 to 2,100 meters altitude and well known for its medium acidity and body with distinct winy flavor. A natural sun dried coffee has fair light medium acidity, good heavy body and pleasant after taste.

Harrar Coffee

Ethiopian Harrar short berry coffees, grown at elevations ranging from 1,500 to 2,100 meters are known for their heavy body with spicy and fragrant flavors including winey and fruity, floral-toned acidity.