A fruit-forward coffee from the Oromia region in the Guji Zone. This coffee has notes of strawberry, black currant, and juniper with an intense floral aroma.
Strawberry, Juniper, Honeysuckle
The Guji Zone of Southern Ethiopia pushes up against the famous Gedeo Zone to the West. Given their closeness, Guji and Gedeo Zones share many crossover characteristics in coffee processing and production, resulting in similarly bright, sparkly coffees with heavy floral notes. As in the Gedeo Zone, coffees in Guji are grown under shade trees that include enset (false banana), wanza (an indigenous African tree that is used for fuel, tools, and furniture), bamboo, and avocado.