Gujji Coffee is a heavy-bodied, spicy and fragrant, coffee. Ethiopian Gujji coffee is a wild and exotic dry processed (natural) Arabica coffee that is grown on small farms in the Oromia region (formerly Harrar) in southern Ethiopia at elevations between 1,400 meters and 2,000 meters. The province of Harrar, is east of Addis Ababa, the country's capital.
Lekempti, also known as Nekempti, is a region located within the state of Wollega, a state that is in the highland area in the Southwestern part of Ethiopia. In the province of Wellega, live the Oromo tribe, the largest tribe in Ethiopia. The majority of the Oromo are farmers. Income is mainly gained from coffee. The coffee is being grown at 1900-2100 meters and its taste is known for its fruity and caramel aroma, with notes of vanilla. It has a delicate and mild acidity that combines perfectly with the exotic and clean aftertaste.
Limu coffee is a high-quality wet-processed (washed) Ethiopian coffee that exhibits a relatively low acidity yet is somewhat sharp. The brewed cup is distinguished by its well-balanced body and noticeable wine and spice flavours, often fruity-toned, pleasantly sweet and vibrant with floral overtones.
A fine Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee displays a bright acidity along with intense, clean tastes and a complexity of floral notes in the aroma, sometimes with a hint of toasted coconut. Cupping notes frequently mention the aftertaste being vibrant, and the coffee may exhibit undertones of berry or wine.