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Organic Ethiopian BENTI NENQA Hambela Estate Grade 1 Natural Arabica raw coffee beans
Bright acidity, smooth juicy body, blueberry, very sweet, mango, passion fruit, cocoa, herbal, jasmine, complex, crisp sweet tart finish. BENTI NENQA Natural is quite clean for an Ethiopia Natural thanks to Hambela's meticulous processing.
Just in, another high scoring METAD Hambela Estate special coffee. BENTI NENQA is a farm owned and managed by the Hambela Farm with the meticulous Natural processing performed at the Hambela Estate. As we have come to expect from Michael and Aman Adinew Owners / Growers at Hambela farm the quality and taste are exceptional.
Roasting Aroma: Sweet, bright fruit, chocolate nib, blueberry
Dry Aroma: Tangerine, Passion fruit, floral, blueberry, sweet
Brewed Aroma: Blueberry, spice, cocoa nib, fruit
Varietals: Indigenous Heirloom Ethiopia
Altitude: 1,900 - 2,200 Meters above sea Level
Region: Oromia; Guji, Alaka District
Soil: Clay minerals
Process: Natural / Sun dried on raised beds
Harvest: October - December
Certification: USDA Organic
Grower: Michael and Aman Adinew Family owners of METAD Agricultural Development at their Hambela coffee farm. The Family has been highly involved in the improvement of Ethiopian coffee for many years. Hambela Coffee Estate is invested with modern infrastructure and high quality detailed coffee processing, enabling this Rare Single Farm Ethiopian coffee offering. METAD is progressively fostering the Community both Economically and Culturally. METAD employs a growing workforce that is comprised 70% by women, and shares modern agricultural equipment with other Farmers in the Community. They have sponsored a state of the art Elementary school and partnered with Grounds For Health offering health care services to Local women. METAD built and operates the first state of the art certified SCAA quality control cupping lab in Africa.
Farm: BENTI NENQA, Hambela Coffee Estate, Owned by METAD Agricultural Development, held by the same Family since post World War II acquisition by Africa's First Female Pilot and family patriarch, Muluemebet Emiru.