Ethiopia Abore

Variety Various
Process Honey
Altitude 1900 masl
Harvest Nov - Jan
Flavours Jasmine l Lemon l Honey


We are excited to bring back our first ever Honey Processed coffee from Ethiopia!! The Honey process is common in certain countries like Costa Rica but rare in countries like Ethiopia. We are stoked to see this processing method being used more often around the world.

The Abore is absolutely stunning. Underneath the Honey Processing you get a lovely delicate Ethiopian cup profile with lots of florals and a soft citrus note. The processing adds depth, bringing a honey like sweetness and enhancing the floral element. It reminds me of a jasmine tea with lemon, sweetened with wildflower honey. 

From the importer:

This special Honey lot comes from the Abore washing station, near the village of Bombe in Sidama, Ethiopia. It is compromised of coffee harvested from 341 surrounding farms. Only ripe cherries were selected, de-pulped, and placed directly on raised beds for drying. Coffee was moved multiple times a day over a 12 day period until it was dried to ideal moisture levels.

In general, Honey processing has helped improve cup score and complexity when it comes to offerings from this washing station.

Imported by Cafe Imports
Price in USD 5.31/lb
Number of bags purchased 3
 Score 89

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