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SUKE QUTO

ETHIOPIA,Africa

  • NOTES: Peach, lemon, guarapo, jasmine, bright, silky, and sweet 

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PRODUCER: Various Smallholders 
 

ORIGIN: Guji 
 

ZONE: Oromia
 

ALTITUDE: 2200 M.A.S.L. 
 

LATITUDE: 5° 40'N 
 

VARIETY: Indigenous Varieties 
 

PROCESS: Washed 

THE STORY

Suke Quto is a coffee farm, washing station and drying station in the Odo Shakisso district of Ethiopia. Suke Quto maintains a nursery which provides surrounding farmers with coffee seedlings. It also acts as a model farm giving local coffee farmers insight into specialty coffee production. Suke Quto processes these farmers harvests alongside it’s own, providing smallholder farmers access to the export market. All arabica coffee comes from Ethiopia, originally and there are still undiscovered varieties of coffee growing wild here. Coffee exports account for the majority of Ethiopia’s foreign income and this income is very important to it’s countless smallholder farmers.

This lot of coffee was grown on and around the Suke Quto farm. It was processed using the washed method and dried on raised beds. This coffee is bright, silky and sweet. We love it’s vivid flavors of peach and lemon. Suke Quto has an assertive citric acidity, a sugary sweetness, delicate floral notes and a clean lingering finish. Please enjoy Suke Quto!