Single Origin Organic

Organic Ethiopia Guji Natural Grade 1 - Kayon Mountain


FLAVOR: Chocolate Brownie, Blueberry, Nectarine

How it tastes? Sweet, natural Ethiopian with a heavy body that has a buttery texture. Strawberry, raspberry and rich blueberry notes complement this coffee's milk chocolate base-notes. The finish is elegant and delicately floral with dried rose, and orange blossom aromas.
Price: $7.74 / LBBag Weight: 133.7 LB

42 Bags SPOT - Alameda, CA


Organic Ethiopia Guji Natural Grade 1

Ethiopian coffee from a single farm is a rarity. This particular lot is from Kayon Mountain Farm, owned by Esmael Hassen and his family. The Farm sits on over 1,200 acres in fertile sandy clay loam soil beneath a canopy of natural forest. Kayon translates to “goal,” a mantra for extraordinarily driven farmers dedicated to producing remarkable coffee.

PRODUCER Hassen Family- Kayon Mountain Farm
REGION Odo Shakiso District, Guji, Ethiopia
HARVEST Oct '21 - Jan '22
ARRIVAL Dec'21 - May '22
PROCESS Fully Natural & dried on raised beds
VARIETY Indigenous Heirloom
ELEVATION 1,800 - 2,100 masl
PACKAGING GrainPro / Ecotact

Established in 2012, the Farm began with the aim of producing high quality coffee in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. The family manages each and every step of the coffee’s journey and their passion shows throughout the process.

Kayon Mountain Farm stands out in many ways. First, its large acreage size is rare in a country with many smallholder farmers. Second, the Estate exports its own coffee—a rare standing for farms of any size in Ethiopia—and as a result can bypass the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange auction. Third,  In addition to their own planted land, the Estate buys and processes cherry from 12 other local farms which are also organic and Rainforest Alliance certified. 

Naturals are produced carefully by sorting for imperfections and slowly drying on raised beds in the sun. Drying cherry is constantly rotated and sorted by hand. After dry-hulling the finished coffee, which the Estate oversees, a final hand-sorting occurs prior to bagging.

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