250g bag of beans. Roast date will vary.
Bookkisa is the name of a small village where the Bookkisa group of 38 farmers are located. The average farm size of each member is around 2.55 hectares. All the coffee is grown under a canopy of natural forest in fertile Clay Loam soil. Each farmer is trained in agronomy and post-harvest practices by the "King of Guji", Ture Waji, who also runs the drying station in the local area.
Each lot received at the drying station is tracked with a tag and kept separate from other lots which increases traceability. This is a beautiful example of a high quality, naturally processed Ethiopian coffee that we have sourced exclusively for Lunar Café. This coffee has wonderfully vibrant lavender florals that pair perfectly with a bright lemonade and sparkling wine acidity. Region: Altitude: Producer: Varietal: Process: Cup Score: Suke Quto Kebele, Guji, Ethiopia 2000 - 2100 m.a.s.l. 38 Smallholder Farmers Gibirinna & Serto Natural (Organic) 88.5
An honest, transparent approach to sourcing coffee is at the very heart of our business. We will always pay more than the C Price or the Fair Trade price for coffee. This creates a more economically sustainable supply chain away from the unpredictability of the commodity market and ensures the farmers growing the coffee can remain profitable rather than just cover costs.
We paid $3.45 per lb.* for this coffee which is 146.4% more than the Fair Trade price and 209.8% more than the average C Price for 2020. *This was the price paid to producers before any shipping, haulage, storage and export/import fees.