In Ethiopia, there are three major growing regions, and they are Sidamo, Yirgacheffe and Harrar. They are all in the highlands of Ethiopia and up in altitudes of between 4 and 7, 000 ft. similar to Kenya. Between the 3 coffees, only Harrar is dry-processed, and the coffee, in turn, is recognised by its big body, complemented by a really good, sharp fruit finish. Yirgacheffe and Sidamo are both wet-processed coffees giving a berry and floral finish to the drink, although this can depend on the crop that year.
Aroma : Floral
Acidity : medium
Body : Smooth silky
Flavour : tangerine and hazelnut
Altitude : Grown 1300 – 1800 metres