Village of Wush Wush, Ethiopia
Approximately 2500 smallholder farmers + Dinkalem Ademe's Washing Station.
75/210, 74/212, 74/110, 74/165, local Landrace varieties naturally adapted from the Wush Wush variety
|Notes||Orange Juice, Lemon Drop, Pu'erh Tea|
About the Coffee
Sourced from the Village of Wush Wush, Dinkalem Ademe's Washed Ethiopian coffee is cultivated on the fertile hills of the Agama area with its red soil, providing a unique sweetness and citrus taste reminiscent of Orange Juice and Lemon Drop candy.
For an alternate coffee experience from the same origin, try the Wush Wush Low O2 Natural, an Anaerobically processed Ethiopia!
C-Market Value: $1.76 / lb
Fair Trade Minimum: $1.60 / lb
We paid: $5.93 ($5.75 / lb + $0.18 / lb shipping)
About the Keffa Zone and Dinkalem Ademe
The Keffa Zone is the purported birthplace of Kaldi's famous story, where the term 'coffee' originates. Over 2500 smallholder garden farmers reside in the Southwest Highlands of Ethiopia, with Dinkalem Ademe and Sofiya Ademe operating a local washing station. Coffee plants are known to grow robustly in the lush red soil of this Ethiopic region, thus earning the local farmers the nickname of "garden farmers".
About Catalyst Trade
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and the birthplace of Catalyst Trade. After connecting in the 2013/14 Ethiopian coffee harvest, the three founders of Catalyst Trade were determined to learn from and challenge the systems of international coffee. Ethiopian-Owned and Woman-Led, Zelalem Girma Bayou, Emily McIntyre, and Michael McIntyre are redefining the specialty coffee trade in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Peru with the conviction of rewarding the labor of all of those who work in coffee to ensure an equitable increase in the quality of life.
Sirius Coffee Roasters has been working with Catalyst Trade since 2020 and have been blown away by the quality of the coffees they import. Catalyst Trade's drive for sustainability and innovation shows in every facet of its business. We set out to make strong connections with producers in Ethiopia and could not have found better partners than Catalyst Trade.
We have both done a lot of growing in the last 3 years of working together, and Catalyst Trade has become so integral to our operations! Beyond the amazing single-origins and micro-lots, Ethiopia has become a staple origin for our Pressure Drop and seasonal blends! By working together, we hope to expand our direct relationships in Ethiopia and Kenya over the next few years! We think Catalyst Trade is an incredible importer and are proud to work with them!
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