Geta Bore Lot 3
ROAST | LIGHT
GOMMA, JIMMA, ETHIOPIA
NOTES: FLORAL, CANDIED CITRUS, PEACH, HONEY
Every year it is race to get the first washed Ethiopian coffees to the US, and out to customers. These coffees represent most clearly what the majority of coffee professionals love about coffee. Clean bright acidity, with floral and complex fruit notes. This is what I personally gravitate towards, and was the first coffee for me that gave me that transcendent "Ah, Ha" moment, when I realized coffee could be some much more than bitter and brown.
We are so happy to get a super early offering to the market with the help of Tim Hill and Atlantic Specialty. Geta Bore is a member of one of our favorite production groups Kata Muduga Famers Union. They produce some of the best coffees in Ethiopia year after year, and this lot is steller.
This lot in particular has more of a fruited profile than our more recent coffees from Worka. Flowers and candied citrus are the first things you will experience, next this beautiful acidity like fresh stonefruit, along with almost a peach tea and of course that amazing Ethiopian coffee sweetness.
As a relatively new cooperative, Geta Bore Farmers Cooperative was established in 2018, and is comprised of 232 smallholders who deliver ripe red cherry to local wet mills. The cooperative's producers are located in the higher-altitude areas of Gomma woreda, which can be difficult to reach during the rainy season because of hazardous road conditions. The members typically travel by horse or donkey to deliver their harvest to the cooperative.
Producer: Geta Bore Farmers Cooperative
Variety: Bishari 74110, Other JARC Selections, and Indigenous Landraces
Elevation: 2000 - 2100 masl