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Ethiopia Molla

Ethiopia Molla

  • Taste of stone fruits, citrus peel & black tea with soft peach acidity
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    JARC 74158




    1980 m.a.s.l


    Sidama, Arbegona

Ethiopia Molla is a natural coffee producing village in the highlands of Arbegona districts

Sidama which has 30 districts in total. Arbegona, which is a part of the East Sidama zone borderingBona Zuria in the south, Bursa in the southwest, Oromia Region in the north, Gorche in the northwest, and Bensa in the east. Arbegona's largest town is named after the district name Arbegona. Molla coffee is sourced from adjacent coffee producing villages  with an elevation above 1980 MASL, from the areas surrounded by natural vegetation. The coffee cherries are obtained from out grower farms nearby, and the processing facility is located at 1980 MASL. The coffee is sourced from small farmers who have small plots of lands ranging from 0.5 to 3 hectares of organically maintained land frequently cultivated amid native forests. There are a number of cultivars in the region, including some native landrace choices, but the 74158 varietal is the most prevalent