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Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)
Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)
Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)
Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)
Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)
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Ethiopia Demelash Oliye (Filter)

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ALL OUR COFFEES ARE 100% ARABICA

250gr whole coffee beans

 

Producer : Demelash Oliye, member of the Jabanto Group
Region : Chito Kebele in Yigacheffe Woreda - Gedeo zone
Country : Ethiopia 6°10’45”N 38°11’54”E
Elevation : 1930 Meters above sea level
Varieties : JARC 74110 & 74158 Kurume and Walichu
Harvest : October – January 2020
Process : Natural dried on raised beds for 18 days
Flavours : Peach and iced tea. Great structure, smooth yet sweet.

 

The farm of Delelash Oliye is just a short drive north of the township of Yirga Cheffe
in the Chito village. Together with his father, Demelash Oliye produces an
exceptional small lot of 60 bags Grade 1 natural process coffee. A farm that has been in his family for some time now,
he is concentrating on organic production and is applying for certification in the
following year.

With a mix of two varieties, Kurume blossom tastes sweet and stone fruit like, with some honey characteristics whilst the Walichu shows notes of bergamot and Earl Grey. With his well organised "garden style" coffee farm he mentioned that it is possible to separate the two main species, but for now the mix shows great results by adding flavour, complexity and structure.

Demelash’s farm is best described as a Garden coffee production system, with well-maintained agro forestry practice and a mixed farming system. Throughout his farm
the coffee trees grow under a very light shade from perennial shade trees and Enset
(false banana), with root crops amongst the plantation. His farm is well integrated
with food crops which provide a great source of compost and income year round.
Organic compost is the only source of nutrient that is used to fertilize both coffee
trees and the other food crops on his farm.

 

Thanks to CLIMA° for directly sourcing this coffee and providing detailed information on its origins.

 

THIS COFFEE CAN BE BREWED WITH YOUR PREFERRED BREW METHOD

 

We recommend filter machine, V60, Kalita & Aeropress.