Syrah · Lavender · Intense


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Intense lavender florals combine with deep blackberry sweetness and a spiced complexity, similar to Syrah, in this lovely offering from Solomo.

  • Bean Details

    Various Smallholder Farmers




    Uraga, Guji


    Ethiopia Heirloom




    2200-2300 Meters


    October - January

    Tasting Notes

    Syrah, Lavender, Intense

  • Farmlevel Story


    Three hours southeast of Yirgacheffe in the Oromia region, Uraga is a special woreda in the highlands of Southern Ethiopia. Coffee farming has been a central part of life here for many, many years. The biodiversity in Uraga is also well-documented, with abundant forests of Grevillea and Wanza trees and the river Jejeba passing through. It is here where Mitku Alemayehu runs two washing stations and a dry mill.

    Since starting his business in 2001, ‘Ato’ Mitku has consistently increased the capacity and quality of the coffee he is producing. By training local farmers he works with how to better cultivate, harvest and pick ripe cherries, Ato Mitku has been able to increase payments to farmers for the higher quality of coffee they are producing.

    This lot of Solomo (named after the former town name where these mills are located - which is now called Harowacho), was disk-pulped and fermented for 48-72 hours (depending on weather conditions) before being dried under shade nets for 12-15 days. Through Ato’s experience and his education of local farmers, Solomo displays everything we love about Southern Ethiopian coffees - intense florals, incredible cleanliness and a delicate complexity.

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