Green Coffee from Ethiopia
|Coffee Production Total Ranking Globally (19/20)||5th|
|Coffee Export Total Ranking Globally (19/20)||8th|
|Average Production Total by Country (60kg bags) exported in (09/10-19/20)||6,605,090 bags|
|Common Varieties Produced||Kurume, Dega, and Wolisho|
|Key Coffee Regions||Sidamo, Yirgacheffe, and Guji|
Ethiopian green coffee beans have a long history, and because of that they are often described as “heirloom.” This moniker is also used to differentiate the production methods in Ethiopia from that of other regions that self-identify as “technified.” There are a lot of mountain forests in Ethiopia in which wild coffee grows, but the majority of coffee exports come from a selected or bred variety. Ally Open Coffee sources Ethiopian coffee from Yirgacheffe, Guji, and the broader Sidamo region. There are an assortment of different Ethiopian green coffee bean varieties, including Kurume, Dega, and Wolisho. Browse our website for additional information about our unroasted Ethiopian coffee beans for sale.
Why Ally Open?At Ally Open, we simply move coffee forward. One main advantage of purchasing Ethiopian green coffee beans from us is that we have an open relationship with the producers. Our team is very involved in the process. The Ally Open sourcing team is located Yirgacheffe, Guji, and the broader Sidamo regions where we buy the coffee, which is on the ground close to our suppliers. As a result of our strong partnership, we are able to distribute premium Ethiopian green coffee.
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