Guji Highland is a 250 hectare, family owned farm established in 2012 by Wodessa Yachisi. It is situated in Oromia, near the town of Shakisso in the Guji Zone – roughly 530km south of Addis. Guji Highland tops out at 2300m and is nestled in what can only be described as a natural cloud forest. The farm was planted in stages and is between 3 and 4 years old, with new seedlings cultivated each year using seeds collected from indigenous mother trees. The farm’s production is 100% organic and the moment you step onto the land you sink into the deep topsoil, rich with organic matter which has naturally decomposed over decades. In addition to the Guji Highlands farmland, coffees are also sourced from smallholders or out growers in the local vicinity, making up an additional 400 hectares of prime coffee land. Each of the smallholders who work with Guji Highland are managed and given expert advice, starting from seed selection from wild coffee tree to production and processing.
Flavour profile: Blueberry, Parma Violets, Jasmine
Roast level: Light
Region: Dambi Udo, Guji Highlands
The postage charge on online purchases can be a surprise when you get to the checkout so we think it best to be upfront and let you know the costs before you get that far.
We only use Royal Mail first class which is not the cheapest option but it is the most reliable. We absorb as much of the cost as we can, but to absorb it all just wouldn't be viable for a business of our size.
Our postal charges are £2.25 for an order up to 500 grams and £2.90 for anything over 500 grams.
If you spend over £25 shipping is free to anywhere in the UK and we also offer free delivery to the BS3 and BS4 Bristol postcodes - contact us and we'll give you the discount code.