Ethiopia Harar (OCFCU) 1 KG
Oromia Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union (OCFCU) is a tribally based co-operative union which was established in 1999, covering all the areas where the Oromo people live; this includes many of the best known coffee growing districts in Ethiopia. Harar comes from the north east of the country from the region around the ancient walled city of Harar. The environment is dry and mountainous and the coffee grows in deep valleys which are sometimes only accessible by foot or donkey.
Harar is a rustic but very sweet, complex and full bodied coffee. It has a spicy, gingery and sometimes explosively fruity aroma. The coffee is rich and full with dark cocoa and apricot flavours and a good heavy, slightly earthy body.
This coffee was shipped to New Zealand in jute sacks lined with PVC Grainpro bags – an airtight storage system that preserves aroma and freshness for longer, while also allowing the coffee to breathe naturally.
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