Limu coffee is grown at elevations ranging from 3,600 to 6,200 feet in southwest/southcentral Ethiopia producing medium-sized coffee beans with a distinctive roundish shape and green color. Limu is a market name.
Djimmah (pronounced Jimma) is one of Ethiopia's five major coffee supply regions. An inland city in the country's southwest, Djimmah is dominated by small-holder farms that use a traditional method of coffee cultivation: sun-drying.
Sidamo Green Coffee
Ethiopian Sidamo Green Coffee
Ethiopia Sidamo" is a type of Arabica coffee of single origin grown exclusively in the Sidamo Province of Ethiopia. Like most African coffees, Ethiopia Sidamo features a small and greyish bean, yet is valued for its deep, spice and wine or chocolate-like taste and floral aroma. Sidamo coffee includes Yirgachefe Coffee and Guji Coffee. Both coffee types are very high quality.
Tepple Green Coffee
Ethiopian Tepple Green Coffee
Spicy ,wine-like flavor (high elevation) .or herbal flavor (low elevation Grown between 1,200 to 1,800 meters above sea level.
Yirgacheffe Green Coffee
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Green Coffee. The Yirgacheffe is world-renowned and closely regulated by the industry in order to maintain it's prestige and consistency. The sweet and savoury flavours are so well balanced that this is a hard coffee bean to beat.