sos1
sos1Kaydsabins787Ameleo

Community Espresso SOS Africa

£6.50£12.00

Cup Profile – Orange Plum Toffee

Clear
SKU: N/A Category:
Description

Product Description

COMMUNITY ESPRESSO SOS AFRICA

From our community of growers to our coffee community, constantly changing with seasonal beans. The standout current two single origin beauties are ……

Ethiopia Gera Limu washed & Uganda Rwenzori Kisinga Natural

 

SOS Africa Charity

| Empowerment Through Education | We are proud to work with ‘ SOS Africa ‘ who provide an holistic education to break the cycle of poverty and enable the children to reach their full potential. For every bag sold £ 1.00 goes directly to the education of two young boys Ameleo & Kayd through this amazing grass roots organisation ! Super easy to support just drink the coffee…

Ethiopia Gera Limu Washed

65% of Ethiopia’s coffee growing area is located within the Oromia region, with around 150,000 tons a year produced across 88 regions within 13 regions. The majority of the regions coffee is known as garden coffee due to the small plots of land with lower yields, as producers multicrop with other cash crops to maximise their returns. Where research has been done on what are collectively known as heirloom coffees in Ethiopia, distinct varieties have been labelled with a numbering system more recently replaced with a name more local to where the plant was identified. Plants would be observed in the wild forests for distinct characteristics (such as disease resistance) and if not already listed, recorded. The first two digits represent the year in which it was discovered, the last three referring to the sample number.

Country | Ethiopia

Region | Southern Nations, Nationalities & Peoples

Zone | Jimma

District | Gera

Kebele | Limu

Farm | Gera

Altitude | 1900 – 2100 masl

Varietal | 74 – 110  74 – 112  74 – 140  74 – 165  74 – 4   74 – 227

Harvest | November – January

Process | Washed

Uganda Rwenzori Kisinga Natural

THE RWENZORIS ARE FAMOUSLY KNOWN AS THE ‘MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON’. THEY STRETCH FOR 120KM ALONG THE WESTERN UGANDA BORDER WITH THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO .

Uganda lies in the heart of East Africa on the shores of Lake Victoria, straddles the equator and is the source of the Nile. Sir
Winston Churchill first described Uganda as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ , while admiring its “magnificent variety of form and colour,
profusion of brilliant life and its vast scale”. Benefiting from a bi-modal rainfall season and high altitudes, the country has a
pleasant climate all year round and is lush with greenery. The mountain ranges to the east and west are home to Uganda’s
Arabica farmers; Robusta is produced on the central plateau. The government of Uganda is promoting coffee production as
a key driver for rural development.

Altitude | 1200 – 2200 M.A.S.L

Processing | Hand picked , Floated , Sun dried

Harvest Date | August – December

Lead Farmer | Kananga Neckson

 

Want to join our Coffee Club… Click Here 

Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 20 cm
Bag Size

250g, 500g

Beans or Ground

Coffee Beans, Espresso, Filter, French Press