Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic

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Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic
Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic
Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic
Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic

Guji Koromii • Ethiopia • Organic

kr149.00 Sale Save
Bag 250g


The 27 farmers who are members of the Koromii Farmers Group cultivate coffee in the Guji region of Ethiopia, which is known as the birthplace of the coffee plant and has an excellent microclimate for coffee production.

They mainly produce the coffee variety JARC 74112, which sounds a bit artificial, but it stands for Jimma Agricultural Research Centre. It's a naturally occuring variety that was discovered in 1974 and singled out for further cultivation because of its resistance to disease, yield and delicious flavour profile.

The farmers in Koromii all practice traditional coffee farming, which means organic farming and growing other food crops together with coffee. This method is common amongst tiny smallholder farms because it makes the most use out of their land and allows them to grow food for their families and coffee to sell.

In this Natural-processed coffee, expect flavours of:

Candied mandarin, red berries, black tea.


Region: Oddo Shakiso, Koromii

Cultivar: JARC 74112

Altitude: 2000-2150 masl

Process: Natural

Cupping score:

#1 Clean your brewing equipment!

#2 Use a scale or something to measure with!

#3 Use a burr grinder and follow a brewing recipe for more consistent results.


Suggested brewing recipe:

This is a fruity and aromatic coffee. We prefer to brew this with a brewing method that gives a higher extraction, like a drip coffee maker, or the April Brewer or Clever Dripper for manual pour over.

• 18g of medium ground coffee for 300g of 94 degree water.
• 40g bloom for 30 seconds
• First pour up to 150g
• Second pour up to 200g
• Third pour up to 250g
• Final pour up to 300g
• Target brew time 3 – 3:30 minutes