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Shonora - Ethiopia Subscription

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This naturally processed Ethiopian coffee has notes of lemon, stone fruits and black tea. Grown at the Shonora Washing Station in the Guji Region of Ethiopia.

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Shonora - Ethiopia Subscription

Tastes like: Lemon, Stone Fruit, Black Tea

Strength (Roast level - Light to Dark): 2

Process: Natural

Roast Profile: Medium to Light

Origin: Guji Region, Ethiopia

This naturally processed Ethiopian coffee has notes of lemon, stone fruits and black tea. Grown at the Shonora Washing Station in the Guji Region of Ethiopia.

This family-run station was established 30 years ago by Mr. Shonora Gata and has now been taken over by his two sons – Adugna and Morkata. The station processes coffee cherries from up to 150 local growers!

In recent years, producers have faced challenges. The increase in labour costs have made the traditional way of harvesting more expensive. Additionally, the lack of fixed price for the cherries has resulted in transportation difficulties.

However, the Shonoras have invested in new transport infrastructure and are offering interest-free advance pay-ments to larger farms helping them with the harvest costs. Each year, farmers who supply the best cherries are rewarded – this has built a strong community of producers.

As if that weren’t impressive enough, they even built a local school for the producers in the area and have plans to build a health centre later this year.

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