Origin Country: Ethiopia
Altitude: 2,300 meters above sea level
The newest installment to BHB’s Ethiopian natural coffee portfolio, this dry-processed coffee from Ethiopia’s Guji region greets you with a sweet and fresh aroma. The cups wonderful undertones of berries, caramel and black tea perfectly balance one another with a nice juicy hint of citrus at the finish.
Every Cup of Coffee Has a Story
Grown at some of the highest altitude coffee farms in the world, this coffee originates from family-owned farms in the Guji region of Ethiopia located in the southwest area of the country. The Sere Saba Mill processes the coffee cherries ensuring the highest quality beans. Just like all naturally processed coffee, the cherries are dried on raised beds, dry milled, and finally prepared for export. The meticulous processing steps ensure the beans reach Grade 1 standards.
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