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garden Coffee Production in Ethiopia

Garden coffee is found in the vicinity of farmers' residences. It is found mainly in the Southern and Eastern part of the country (Sidamo, Gedeo, and Wolayta). It is planted at low densities ranging from 1000 to 2500 trees per hectare, mostly fertilized with organic material and inter- cropped. It accounts for about 85% of the total ...
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Coffee Production Systems in Ethiopia

There are four types of coffee production systems in Ethiopia: - forest coffee, semi- forest coffee, garden coffee and plantation coffee. 95% of the coffee production from these systems can be considered as organic, although not yet officially certified. Garden coffee production is the dominant system in Sidama zone.

unique ethiopian coffee

Ethiopian coffee is rightly known as highland coffee by consumers. The diversified types of Coffee arabica in the country, growing in an ideal environment has allowed Ethiopia to be attractive to the world coffee market. It has a great deal to offer in the way of gourmet, specialty and organic coffees. Ethiopian coffee is rich in acidity and body. It possesses an aromatic and sweet ...
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ethiopian Coffee processing


coffee quality grading system

The product of our organization washed and sun-dried coffee is processed and transport to Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) Center to be tasted preliminary coffee quality assessment.

wet coffee processing

The harvested red ripened cherries are harvested and picked from trees with a high production and without any disease or other affliction. The delivered cherries are inserted to wet processing machine in the same day. Before pulping under ripe and over ripe cherries are picked out from the good cherries. After pulping, the parchment coffee is fermented for 72 hours so that the mucilage can removed easily. After fermentation, the parchment is washed to isolate the floater coffee and after get rid of floater the final washing is done and the heavy parchment is taken to the drying table. The ... Read more

sundried coffee processing

Dry process is also known as unwashed or natural method and it is the most common method of processing coffee. The dried coffee is weighted and recorded before hulling. The picked red cherries are directly taken into the table and dried for not more than 3 weeks. The dried red cherries are stocked in the separated, clean, cool and well ventilated ware house using new and clear bags. After some certain weeks, the husk is removed by hulling at a small factory in the region. The hulled green bean also is stocked at a separated clear area by using new bags until deliver to ECX ... Read more