From the birthplace of coffee comes this glory - the 5th coffee in our #GETMAD series! When we think of Ethiopia we think of the ancient stories of Kaldi the goat herder discovering the power of the coffee plant and its cherries. We think of the magnificent Ethiopian coffee ceremony that has been celebrated traditionally for centuries (google it if you don’t know what it is). We think of the current farmers in Ethiopia who continue growing this precious crop and pour their blood, sweat, and tears into continuing Ethiopia’s coffee legacy.
And these flavor notes sure embody the fight for freedom, justice and opportunity for ALL Americans… think Watermelon, Strawberry Jam, Grenadine (pomegranate), & Peach Tea.
“Nobody's Free Until Everybody's Free.” – Fannie Lou Hamer
"Dinkalem and his wife are a dynamic couple dedicated to helping their communities in every way. His farm is around 400 hectares of land, most of which is richly blanketed with famous Keffa forests. Around 40 hectares are planted with coffee, a mix of new and old trees.
Dinkalem’s plan is to provide stewardship of the farm, slowly replace the old trees with the new ones–of the 400 hectares of mostly forested land, currently around 40 hectares are planted with coffee (including some of the Wush Wush variety), and to have a robust outgrower’s program that brings economic advantages to his neighbors and friends. 'GENALEM GEWYERO' – GOD IS GOOD!" - Our partners at Catalyst Trade
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