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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Tariku Natural Process Arabica Green Coffee Beans (1kg)

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Tariku Natural Process Arabica Green Coffee Beans (1kg)

Regular price £13.25 Zero Vat
Our Product Code: GRETHYIRG
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Location/Origin  Ethiopia
Altitude 2011
Variety 74112 Ethiopian Landrace
Preperation Natural
Harvest June-December 2020-2021 crop
Owner / Farm Tariku Mengesha
SCA Cup score and notes 88+ Jasmine, Mixed Red Berries, Homemade Lemonade, Yellow Peach, Vanilla with Tropical Notes, Clean Mellow Acidity, Long Sweet Finish.


Tariku Mengesha is the solely owner and produced this natural coffee entirely on his farms, the farm is located throughout the Banko Chelchele kebele (neighbourhood) of Gedeb woreda, south of Yirgacheffe and just west of the bulgy border with the vast Oromia region.Tariku applied the basic agronomic practices and keep the field free of any weeds, grows pulse crops in his coffee field so as to maintain the fertility of the soil.Also does the pruning practices with the technical help from Technoserve and distict Agricultural experts. He process the coffee with the help of Tesfaye Roba processed this lot as a traditional Natural process, first by soaking the cherries to remove all immature, floaters, overripe and foreign matters and than drying on raised beds for 28 days.While coffee is Mengesha’s primary income, which he uses to support his family that includes 10 children (3 boys and 7 girls), he also grows navy beans and false banana, called “enset,” which produce no edible fruit but whose root and heart ( rhizome and pseudostem, if you want to be botanically accurate) can be harvested. The average enset matures in four or five years, and the plant can provide around 80 lbs of starchy food, usually fermented underground for up to a year, after which the doughy substance can keep for up to a decade. While the fibers in the heart of the plant can be boiled, the most popular iteration is a fermented enset “bread” or “cheese,” called “kocho” – quite strong and foreign to the western palate, but a staple in Southern Ethiopia.

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