Ethiopia • Natural


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Tropical Funk

This coffee hails from the "blessed valley," and it is easy to see why. Its complex sweetness and unique flavors of exotic fruits, such as papaya, passion fruit, and melon, make it a delight to drink. It has a juicy body and an intense aftertaste that lingers long after the last sip.

Size 250 g
Grind Size

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Product information


20g in - 300ml out - 93C - 5 pours (60g per pour)

Total brew time: 3:30min

Shipping info

Processing time 1-2 working days.

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Pick up at the roastery

You are welcome to order your coffee online, pay for it and pick it up at the roastery. Of course you save on shipping costs. The processing time is usually 24 hours. As soon as your order is ready, you will receive an email from us.

The opening hours are:

Monday I Tuesday I Thursday I Friday: 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m

Wednesda: 10am - 4:30pm
Sat & Sun we are closed.


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Leuchtfeuer Coffee
Industriestrasse 38b
22880 Wedel

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Variety Dega, Wolisho
Process natural
Producer Mr. Esayas Beriso from Buku Sayisa
Cupping score 87,8
Altitude 2000m – 2350m
Harvest 2022
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About this coffee

Family members of the small farms harvest the coffee cherries, which are then sorted by hand to remove any unripe or overripe fruit. These cherries are then taken to the Washing Station for further processing. To make Naturals, the coffee cherries are dried in layers of around 3-4 cm in the beginning, slowly increasing to 6-10 cm. Their degree of fermentation depends on the thickness and stratification, as well as the temperature. Because of the high altitude, fermentation occurs slowly due to the low temperatures. During the drying process, the coffee cherries are carefully rearranged and covered during the hottest hours of the day and during the night to keep them from being exposed to intense sunlight and moisture. This helps to maintain quality and ensures the coffee dries evenly. The entire process can take up to 20 days at these altitudes.

Transparently Traded
Quality Focused
Sustainably Sourced
Transparently Traded
Quality Focused
Sustainably Sourced
Transparently Traded
Quality Focused
Sustainably Sourced


The Producer

The beans for this coffee come from 430 small-scale farmers in the "Buku Sayisa" region - which translates to "Blessed Valley" - in the Greater Guji Zone of Hambela Wamena. The valley is one of Ethiopia's highest areas for coffee cultivation, sitting at an altitude of up to 2350 meters. Because of the steep terrain, farmers carry their coffee cherries on horseback. Recently, there have been several positive developments and investments made to this station, such as protocols that guarantee improved drying and the construction of a new drying mill in Hambela.