JARC & Landrace Varieties from Keramo Village

JARC & Landrace Varieties from Keramo Village

Coffee farmers around Keramo village in Ethiopia cultivate JARC (Jimma Agricultural Research Center) and other indigenous varieties. Once picked, the cherries are pulped and fermented in water for 36 to 72 hours. This traditional way in Ethiopia of washing coffees offers, in this case, notes of purple grapes, tea and dragon fruit. Roasted for manual filter.
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Notes:Concord grape - Darjeeling tea - Pitaya
  • Origin(s) Ethiopia
  • Variety(ies) JARC - Heirloom
  • Process(es) Wash
  • Altitude Unspecified m.a.s.l.
Light roast 40%
Dark Roast 60%
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