Ethiopian Gotiti Mijani (Washed)

Ethiopian Gotiti Mijani (Washed)

Regular price 129,90 kr Sale

Taste Profile:

HONEY, CITRUS, FLORAL, JUICY - 87 POINTS

REGION: GEDEB
MIRCO-REGION: GOTITI
ALTITUDE (MASL): 2085
FARM SIZE (HA): 2
ANNUAL PRODUCTION: 1340 BAGS
HARVEST SEASON: DECEMBER
PROCESS: WASHED
FERMENTATION: 72 HOURS
SOAKING TIME: 5 HOURS
DRYING: RAISED BEDS, 8 DAYS
FINAL MOISTURE GOAL: 10.4%
RESTING PERIOD: 4 WEEKS
VARIETIES: HEIRLOOM
AVERAGE PRODUCTION PER TREE: 470G
AVERAGE NUMBER OF PLANTS PER HECTARE: 2495 SOIL TYPE: FERTILE, RED-BROWN

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PRICE PAID TO PICKERS: 9 BIRR PER KG

 

ABOUT BANKO GOTITI

Gotiti is a tiny village in the Gedeb region producing spectacular coffee. This lot is produced by Daniel Mijani, a local Gedeb producer who maintains the high quality of his coffee through selective picking and careful processing.

HISTORY AND MARKET IN ETHIOPIA

Ethiopian coffees notoriously change the perceptions of coffee drinkers about what coffee can taste like. This is no doubt due to the amazing genetic variety the 'birthplace of coffee' boasts; the vast majority of coffee varieties here have yet to be even categorized. This is perhaps why Ethiopia's coffee sector is so protective, making it one of the most frustrating origins for sourcing. Navigating Ethiopia's labyrinthine and ever- changing coffee politics make finding trustworthy partners absolutely vital.