This coffee is grown in the Djimmah region in the south west of Ethiopia. It is made from a variety of Arabica bean called Mocha, which is known for its bittersweet, chocolate intensity, and epitomises African coffee. It is light, but with a full body and clear acidic tang. Ethiopia is widely referred to as the birthplace of coffee. It's believed that Coffea arabica first flourished, growing wild in the forests of the Kaffa region, which borders Djimmah, and beans from these plants were traded and transported around the world by 16th and 17th century missionaries. 100% Arabica beans.
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