Ethiopian specialty coffee from small producers in the Sidama region.
It is a heirloom varietal with a wet mill from a washed process and aerobic fermentation.
After the tasting we find a fruity coffee, highlighting flavors of jasmine, apricot and grapefruit. We will appreciate a buttery texture and a medium intensity.
Produced by a cooperative of coffee growers in the Sidama region
Furla is produced by a family exporter from the coffee growing region of Sidama in Ethiopia, the story of this family exporter began with two brothers coffee producers from the Bensa area, Sidamo, today they own their own farms and work alongside affiliated farmers , they work with coffees from all coffee-growing regions of different grades, from the most conventional to the most special, the company remains family-owned and has more than 20 years of experience.
About Sidama region
The Sidama coffee region has 19 coffee districts where 3.2 million inhabitants live and has an area of 12,000 km. These districts are home to more than 90,000 families who cultivate approximately 8,000 hectares of Arabica coffee of the varietals 74158, 74110 and 74112. Sidama occupies 1st place as a coffee region in the country with a production of 22.05% of the country's total production.