The Ethiopian Guji Coffee is an organically grown coffee that has flavors associated with dark chocolate, peaches, and nectarines.
The Kayon Mountain Coffee Farm utilizes shade
from acacia and other indigenous trees to protect the coffee
and create compost for natural fertilization. Guji is a coffee
that has a clear cardamon, black tea flavor, coming from producers whose farms are located at altitude ranges from 1770
(in Shekiso, for example) to 2100 meters. Over the past six
decades, rapid developments, both commercial and cultural,
have elevated Guji coffee as a unique coffee region. Making a
stark contrast with Yirgacheffe and Sidamo coffees.
While there is no doubt that the Guji coffee profile is unique and separate from Yirgacheffe and Sidamo profiles, there is some debate as to whether all Guji coffees can be confined to a single flavor profile. In general, coffees from this region offer a balanced and pleasingly complex cup profile – perfect for both filter and espresso.