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Genji Challa

Genji Challa

Yellow Peach, Apricot, Mandarin Soda

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This coffee comes from the Telila washing station in Jimma, Ethiopia while the fruit was grown in the Genji Challa kebele.

This selection is produced by Mike Mamo, the owner and manager of the Telila washing station, who buys coffee cherries from smallholder farmers around the kebele (or village) of Genji Challa.
The washing station pays specific attention to separating lots according to where the coffee cherries were grown, and selling each lot under its geographical designation.
Most of the cherries processed at Telila are Serto 74112 or Gibirinna 74110 variety, both of which were developed by the Jimma Agricultural Research Center (JARC) in the 1970’s for their resistance to disease. While Telila utilises a range of processing methods for the coffee it produces, this particular selection is a traditional washed process lot. After pulping, washing, and grading, the parchment coffee is dried on raised beds.

In the cup, Genji Challa is sweet and fragrant, with tasting notes of fresh stone fruit, pomelo, and a syrupy, mandarin-like finish.

Region: Jimma
Country: Ethiopia
Variety: Serto 74112, Gibirinna 74110
Processing: Washed
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    Single origin Single Origin
    Best served Black Best served Black
  • Brewing Guide

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  • Taste Profile

    Bright & Fruity Bright & Fruity
    Tasting Notes

    Yellow Peach, Apricot, Mandarin Soda

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