Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
Zoom Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process
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Ethiopia Gedeb Wuri Grade 0 Washed Process

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The district of Gedeb takes up the south-eastern corner of Ethiopia’s Gedeo Zone—a narrow section of plateau dense with savvy farmers whose coffee is known as “Yirgacheffe”, after the zone’s most famous district. Gedeb, however, is a terroir, history, and community all its own that merits unique designation in our eyes. The region is a thriving market landscape that links commerce between the Guji and Gedeo Zones, and contains an expansive network of processing stations who often buy cherry from across zone borders.   Processors across Gedeb would argue (and we would agree) that their coffee profiles are not exactly Yirgacheffe, but something of their own. Cup profiles, in many cases produced closer to Guji than the rest of Yirgacheffe, are often the most explosive we see from anywhere in Ethiopia.

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Farm: 1567 Producers organized around Wuri processing station
Region: Gedeb District, Gedeo Zone, Ethiopia
Process: Washed
Variety: Indigenous Landraces
Elevation: 2050-2100masl
The district of Gedeb takes up the south-eastern corner of Ethiopia’s Gedeo Zone—a narrow section of plateau dense with savvy farmers whose coffee is known as “Yirgacheffe”, after the zone’s most famous district. Gedeb, however, is a terroir, history, and community all its own that merits unique designation in our eyes. The region is a thriving market landscape that links commerce between the Guji and Gedeo Zones, and contains an expansive network of processing stations who often buy cherry from across zone borders. Processors across Gedeb would argue (and we would agree) that their coffee profiles are not exactly Yirgacheffe, but something of their own. Cup profiles, in many cases produced closer to Guji than the rest of Yirgacheffe, are often the most explosive we see from anywhere in Ethiopia.