Our homage to the birthplace of coffee. This exemplary delicacy captures the beauty and mystery of Ethiopia’s coffee heritage. Vivid and bright with peach and floral notes, it’s one to be slowly savoured. For more info download the factsheet of Ethiopia here or read below.
- Country Ethiopia
- Region Guji
- Farm Dimtu Tero
- Variety Mixed Heirloom
- Processing method Washed
- Altitude 1808 - 2128 Metres
- Certificate Organic
Dimtu Tero, Ethiopia
This coffee comes from the Dimtu Tero farm, located in the Guji Zone and known for producing consistently high quality coffees. The Dimtu Tero Farm is located in the Tero farmers village in the Odo Shakisso district. Getachew Zeleke, founder of the Dimtu farm, strives to become the leader in quality, traceability and sustainability in the Guji zone. To reach this goal, Getachew works closely together with 136 smallscale coffee farmers in the area, who all strive for the same goals. He rewards the smallholders with premiums on top of the regular cherry price, gives them interest-free loans, imported coffee seedlings, processing equipment and training. All these farmers make sure their coffee production practices are conducted in an organic, socially responsible and environmentally friendly manner.
Through innovative ways, Getachew constantly works on improving the quality of his coffee. The shade nets he installed on his farm for example, help to slowly dry the cherries, which stimulates developing more flavour. And that can definitely be tasted in the cup!
This Ethiopian coffee is perfectly roasted for filter as well as espresso.
Brew advice espresso
- Dose double espresso 19 grams
- Extraction time 30 seconds
- Shot weight 45 grams
Brew advice filter
- Dose 15 grams
- Water 250 grams at 96 degrees
- Procedure 30 seconds bloom with 50 grams of water, fill up with water to 250 grams
- Total extraction time 2.30 minutes
Dimtu Tero, Ethiopia
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