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  • Region       Tega and Tula villages, Bonga, Kibo, Limu
  • Variety       Heirloom Ethiopian varieties
  • Farm          Tega & Tula Specialty Coffee Farm
  • Process      Natural
  • Elevation    1830-1890
  • The Cup     Sweet and soft with tart, winey fruit acidity, fresh blueberry and floral flavors.


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    Farm Tega & Tula Specialty Coffee Farm
    Process Natural
    Variety Heirloom Ethiopian Varieties
    Elevation 1830–1890 MASL
    Region Tega and Tula villages, Bonga, Kibo, Limu
    Country Ethiopia
    Harvest September-December

    Tega & Tula Specialty Coffee Farm

    Tega & Tula Specialty Coffee Farm, established in the year 2000 by Ahadu Woubhset. Tega & Tula are actually two adjacent farms, named after the two nearby villages of Tega and Tula, found in the woreda, or district, of Gibo, in Kaffa, Ethiopia. The total farm area is 500 hectares in size, with nearly 400 hectares planted in coffee.


    Natural coffees are typically delivered the day they are harvested, and are first sorted for ripeness and quality before being rinsed clean of dirt. Then they are spread on raised drying beds or tables, where they will be rotated constantly throughout the course of drying. Drying can take an average of 8–25 days, depending on the weather.

    Heirloom Ethiopian Varieties

    Although this offering is not traceable to a single variety, it is comprised of native heirloom varieties cultivated in Ethiopia. 


    Limu is in the western highlands of Ethiopia, a rugged but high-altitude area that experiences relatively temperate weather during the day, but cool nights. The mountains catch the precipitation of the monsoon winds from the Indian Ocean, resulting in a rainy season that lasts from June until mid-September. The washed coffees from Limu are distinctive and famous for being an example of the best that Ethiopia has to offer


    Among coffee-producing countries, Ethiopia holds near-legendary status not only because it’s the “birthplace” of Arabica coffee, but also because it is simply unlike every other place in the coffee world. Unlike the vast majority of coffee-growing countries, the plant was not introduced as a cash crop through colonization. Instead, growing, processing, and drinking coffee is part of the everyday way of life, and has been for centuries since the trees were discovered growing wild in forests and eventually cultivated for household use and commercial sale.

  • These bags are made in the UK from cellophane film that has been accredited biodegradable & compostable to 'BS EN 13432' and 'OK Compost'. They are also approved for Anaerobic digestion (ISO 15985) & Marine biodegradation ASTM D6691-09. The film has also been tested to ensure that once composted there are no adverse effects on the plant growth.


    What is Cellulose? 
    Cellulose is a substance from a plants cell wall, this can be extracted from waste plant material to produce the bio film used in these bags. Once used, these bags will biodegrade producing CO2 and H2O, these 2 compounds are combined with sunlight and converted into energy by plants in a process called photosynthesis. The resulting tree growth can then be used to produce more bags.   


    Our cellulose bags are fully biodegradable and compostable which means that they break down to CO2, H20 and biomass which can then be reused in the eco system to make new plants. This will happen in either in home or commercial composting but in commercial composting the temperature will be higher and the process is much quicker. In a colder home composter it will just take longer.


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