Unfortunately, we don’t know a whole lot about the specific origin of this Sidama coffee. “Akrabi” are coffee traders in the Ethiopian language of Ahmaric, which seems appropriate for a coffee that is traded through the Ethiopia Commodities Exchange (ECX).
It’s one of only a few purchases we made through the ECX this year, and because of this, most provenance is stripped before the coffee hits the market. Basically all farmers that are not part of a cooperative submit their coffee to the exchange where it is first graded, and then sold in tiers based off that graded category.
2,300 M ASL
Sweet Honey, Caramelized Sugar, Floral Aroma