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Ethiopia Yirgacheffe

Negele Gorbitu

hibiscus, black tea

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These fragrant Ethiopian coffee beans from Negele Gorbitu feature delicate tea-like flavors along with a crisp, citric acidity. It is representative of a classic Ethiopian coffee from Yirgacheffe. Certified Organic & Fair Trade Coffee.

Lot#

ETY191

Flavor

hibiscus, black tea, clove

Brightness

citric

Body

delicate

Region

Yirgacheffe

Elevation

1,800 – 2,300 meters

Variety

Yirgacheffe Heirloom

Producer

Negele Gorbitu Cooperative

Ethiopian Coffee Beans from Negele Gorbitu

Negele Gorbitu was founded in 1996 following the end of communist rule in Ethiopia and the establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic with geographic divisions according to traditional ethnic divisions.  With seed capital of 400 birr, 64 original members incorporated the cooperative on the border of Oromia and Yirgacheffe regions. By 2011 the organization had grown to over 1600 members with 2.78 million birr of capital and a production capacity of 10 containers.

These Ethiopian coffee beans are one of our highest quality Trekker Series offerings. Beans from the Yirgacheffe region produces very floral, tea-like coffees that have a  distinctive, citrus forward flavor profile. The Negele Gorbitu is a classic example of all of these characteristics. Additionally, Negele Gorbitu is a certified Fair Trade Organic growing cooperative that runs their organization with honesty and integrity, all while producing exceptional coffee.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for helping us share the story of our friends at Negele Gorbitu

Lot#

ETY191

Flavor

hibiscus, black tea, clove

Brightness

citric

Body

delicate

Region

Yirgacheffe

Elevation

1,800 – 2,300 meters

Variety

Yirgacheffe Heirloom

Producer

Negele Gorbitu Cooperative

Ethiopian Coffee Beans from Negele Gorbitu

Negele Gorbitu was founded in 1996 following the end of communist rule in Ethiopia and the establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic with geographic divisions according to traditional ethnic divisions.  With seed capital of 400 birr, 64 original members incorporated the cooperative on the border of Oromia and Yirgacheffe regions. By 2011 the organization had grown to over 1600 members with 2.78 million birr of capital and a production capacity of 10 containers.

These Ethiopian coffee beans are one of our highest quality Trekker Series offerings. Beans from the Yirgacheffe region produces very floral, tea-like coffees that have a  distinctive, citrus forward flavor profile. The Negele Gorbitu is a classic example of all of these characteristics. Additionally, Negele Gorbitu is a certified Fair Trade Organic growing cooperative that runs their organization with honesty and integrity, all while producing exceptional coffee.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for helping us share the story of our friends at Negele Gorbitu