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THE TERROIR RANGE
Traceability: Terroir
High-quality coffees from a geographically restricted production area, with a unique and characteristic flavour influenced by the type of soil and local farming techniques.
Quantity
Limited
Quantité
Limited
Education points
20
TERROIR
Mussa
Goma
Jimma
Ethiopia
Species
arabica
Varietal
Heirloom
Altitude
2000 to 2100 m
Harvest period
November to january
Process
Unwashed
Drying
African beds
Profil sensoriel
« A coffee with a thick texture, with intense notes of honey, fruit and spices. »
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THE TERROIR RANGE
Traceability: Terroir
High-quality coffees from a geographically restricted production area, with a unique and characteristic flavour influenced by the type of soil and local farming techniques.
Quality
Limited
Quantity
Limited
Education points
20

ABOUT

This forest coffee comes from the Jimma appellation. It is harvested at high altitudes in a terroir particularly well-suited to coffee production. Mussa Abba Lulessa, who is the producer of this natural coffee, works alongside our Belco Ethiopia team in order to select quality beans while also ensuring the preservation of local biodiversity. It is a coffee that has a thick texture and offers notes of honey, fruit and spices.

THE TERROIR OF GOMA

Goma natural coffee is collected in the terroir of the same name by two locally born exporters, Mohamed Ali and Ahmed Abbatemam. The coffee is produced by small farmers in the Jimma appellation, one of the most famous in Ethiopia. Coffee has been produced here for several centuries, by farmers with traditional skills perpetuating a regional agricultural heritage. The Goma coffee trees come from the wild Choche forest, which according to legend is the birthplace of coffee. The plots farmed are located at an altitude of about 2,000 metres. They are cultivated by farmers using a polyculture farming system that combines food crops and commercial production. Coffee is a major crop in this area and farmers are working hard to maintain its reputation.
The coffee is dried on African beds, then transported to Addis Ababa for processing.


Rainfall
From May to October

Temperature
-

Humidity
0.00

Shadow
Forest coffee
LE TERROIR DE GOMA

Strengths

Forest coffee | High-Altitude Coffee | Local farming techniques | Biodiversity | Respect for the environment

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