Wholesale Ethiopia Limu • Light/Medium Roast

Regular price $7.00

Mild acidity, sweet, subtle notes of nectarine, berries & caramel.

Washed Processing

Certified Organic 

Kata Muduga Multi-purpose Farmer's Cooperative Union is a union that found in Oromia regional state jimma zone Agaro town. The union working areas are in 5 rural districts those are, Gomma, Gera, Gumay, Sigimo, and Sentema.
Kata Muduga is the umbrella organization supporting some of the biggest and best coffee-producing cooperatives in Ethiopia today. It's also one of the most farmer-focused Unions. It consistently generates some of the highest prices paid to farmers in the country.

The name Kata Muduga derived from Birth Place of Coffee Arabica found at distance of 10 km from Agaro town and 45 km from Jimma.

Location

  • In Oromia Regional State, Jimma Zone, Agaro town
  • distance: 45 km from Jimma and 397 km from Addis Ababa.

Working Area
  • the geographical area embodied in this union are 5 rural districts in Jimma zone (Goma, Gera, Gumai, Setema, and Sigimo).

Climate
  • Altitude of the area range 1800 – 2300m,
  • Temperature range 12 – 24 degree,
  • The annual rainfall of the area 1700 – 2200mm.

 

Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, is a landlocked country that shares its borders with six countries. Notably, much of its southern border rich coffee terrain is shared with Kenya. Oromia is a renowned coffee region, with decades of experience in fine Arabica coffee production on both private and publicly owned plantations. Much of the area is covered in forest, as well as rainforest, and coffee grows well protected under the tree canopies. It rains for nine months of the year and then the sun comes out in time to dry the cherry for harvest.