The tropical rainforest climate in Ethiopia’s Oromia Region provides perfect conditions for growing coffee in this nation, acclaimed as coffee’s birthplace. Hunda Oli, like many great Ethiopian coffees, is made up of regionally specific landrace varieties of the plant itself, which stretch back for generations. Indeed, every cup of Ethiopian coffee feels a bit like a celebration of the long history of coffee in this part of the world—both as it grows wild in nature and as it is cultivated by thoughtful growers and cooperatives such as the Kata Muduga Cooperative Union. We love Nano Challa not just for the history it represents, of course, but for its clean, sweet, fruity, and structured cup.
OriginGera, Jimma Zone, Oromia Region, Ethiopia