Ethiopia Guji Tero Outgrowers Natural
Product DescriptionFollowing a Social Media Announcement after Jan 1, we will begin transitioning to our new host at https://www.swroasting.coffee and to our new package sizing of 300g! This will allow us to offer reduced cost First Class Shipping, and to fit more product into our Priority Mail packages, effectively reducing your unit cost. This store will continue to operate, but it will be locked, preventing edits. Items will gradually become sold out. Eventually, this site will simply forward you to our new store.
This light bodied, clean, vibrant cup boasts aromas of watermelon bubblegum and flavors of mixed fruit jelly - (Blackberry, Apple, Grape, Strawberry, Pear... you know - like those single serve packs at the diner). City roast.
Will it spro? Yes, it's a smooth, subtle shot.
Natural processed heirloom varietals, produced by Shakiso Tero smallholder farmers, dried on raised beds at the Tero Farm, 1800-2200m.
Sold in 1 lb bags.
From the Producer: Origin: Shakiso Tero Outgrowers The washing station here at Tero Farm is managed by one of our favorite partners in terms of smallholder/outgrower programs. The most common method of managing a private washing station in Ethiopia is simply to buy cherry from surrounding farmers, and that's that. But here at Tero Farm and through our partners at Dimtu Coffee, smallholders must participate in a comprehensive registration and training, including mapping of each smallholder's farm and training in agronomy and processing. Records are meticulously kept in the offices managed by the station's dedicated outgrower engagement staff. Through this program farmers benefit from higher prices paid for higher quality cherry, pre-harvest financing, and distribution of seedlings and coffee bags for transport. Smallholders living in the vicinity of Tero Farm deliver their cherries to the farm or to nearby collection centers managed by Dimtu. Their proximity to the farm allows for a large scale demonstration plot, from which the many cherry suppliers can take back techniques to their own smaller scale operations.