Grand Parade COFFEE Organic

Organic Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Specialty Grade 1 (Natural) - Women Produced

Unroasted Coffee (Size): 3 LB
This natural processed, organic Ethiopian green coffee boasts super rich blueberry top-notes. A chocolate-mousse-like viscosity holds the complexity of flavors together with grace, and a really elegant finish of vanilla and light jasmine linger in the cup. This coffee is a prime example of an experienced and attentive producer. Farmed by 80-year strong Bedhatu Jibicho, our women-produced Ethiopian coffee is extra special!

FLAVOR: Rich Blueberry, Smooth Chocolate, Floral

How it tastes? Rich blueberry and marmalade top-notes are rounded by a chocolate, mousse-like viscosity. The finish is elegant with soft floral notes.

This sweet and balanced Ethiopian has enough fruit top-note complexity to make it a highlight in our African lineup.
Recommended Roast: Medium - Espresso
Structured, blueberry-forward Ethiopian with chocolate and caramel base notes.

Responds well to multiple roast profiles. We recommend keeping airflow high and the rate of rise low after first crack.
  • Organic, GMO-free
  • Roast coffee prior to use
  • 100% Specialty arabica
  • Store in cool, dry place
  • Direct Trade, Fair Trade
  • Packaged in 2-ply foil bag

Organic Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Natural

Our Organic certified Ethiopia Yirgacheffe single origin coffee is produced by Bedhatu Jibicho. Bedhatu, a strong 80 year old female coffee farmer, started working in coffee in the early 1960s when the government gave land to her husband.

PRODUCER Bedhatu Jibicho
REGION Gedeb District, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
HARVEST Oct '21 - Feb '22
ARRIVAL Dec '21 - May '22
PROCESS Fully Natural & dried on raised beds
VARIETY Indigenous Heirloom
ELEVATION 2,000 - 2,200 masl

She takes great pride in having managed her 84-acre farm for over 50 years. Today, Bedhatu works alongside her adult children and continues to pass on her rich tradition of organic coffee production without the use of chemical inputs.

Larger than most farms in the area, Bedhatu employees 20 year-round workers and 130 seasonal workers (primarily women) during the harvest season. As a family owned business, emphasis on social impact in the communities where they source coffee is taking shape.

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