Guji Highland Coffee Plantation was established in 2012 with exports beginning in 2016, located in Oromia’s southern Guji Highlands, it has 250 hectares of sloped farm land stretching 1.5 kilometers in length with an average altitude of 2,050 meters above sea level.

Although apart of the greater Sidamo region (Sidamo Zone A), coffees from the Guji Southern Highlands produce a very unique cup profile. Lots from the Cana has high tropical fruit aromas, bright acidity, high berry and creamy undertones.

On the estate, coffees are selected with care and placed on raised African beds without 6-8 hours of picking to ensure proper fermentation and drying. Depending on processes (washed or natural), coffees can stay on drying beds for up to 4 weeks to ensure the optimum flavors have been achieved.

Coffee Ethiopia Cana
Farm Guji Highland
Variety Heirloom
Process Sundried natural
Altitude 2000 - 2150 masl
Sourced By Arabica Trading House
Region Shakiso, Guji, Sidamo
Harvest 2018

Cupping Notes

Blackcurrant, Peach, Bergamot Infused Black Tea