Ethiopian Organic Coffee

Coffee first originated from Ethiopia at region called Kaffa in the 9th century. Kaffa is located in the south western part of Ethiopia in Oromia region. Hence coffee got its name from its place of origin, Kaffa.

Ethiopia is the largest coffee producer in Africa and the seventh largest in the world. However, only half of the produce is exported to International markets while the remaining half consumed domestically. The major demand for Ethiopian coffee comes from Europe, East Asia and North America, which constitutes about 60 countries of the glob.

Organic coffee is produced using natural fertiliser, human pest and weed controlling methods. Ethiopian coffee is organic by nature though recently the government has started certifying it by organic standards. Ethiopian Organic Standard certified coffees are Sidamo, Yirgacheffe, Guji, Limu, Harrar, Kafa, Jimma, Bench Maji, Teppi, Godere, Gemadero, Amaro Gao, Kafa Forest, Andaracha, Kellem, Wellega and Anfilo. 

The health benefits of Ethiopian Organic Coffee is obvious as it is produced naturally without using modern chemicals. 
Coffee Seedlings
Coffee Seedlings
Coffee Seedlings
Coffee Seedlings
Coffee Plant growth stages
Coffee Plant growth stages
Coffee plantation
Coffee Plantation
Coffee beans plant
Coffee beans plant
Coffee beans plant
Coffee beans plant
Coffee harvest
Coffee harvest
ETHIOPIAN Coffee ceremony
ETHIOPIAN Coffee ceremony
washed coffee/wet coffee
washed coffee/wet coffee
Washed coffee wet coffee being dried stirred
Washed coffee wet coffee being dried stirred