Our main blend for Bora Coffee is the Bluegrass Blend. This special blend of coffee beans comes from Gedeo Zone, Ethiopia. The cup has amazing sweetness and body!
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and Yirgacheffe is said to be the finest of Ethiopian coffees. Ethiopia Yirgacheffe FTO Hama coffee is sourced from family owned farms organized around the Hama Cooperative located in the Kochere district in the Gedeo Zone of Ethiopia.
The Hama Cooperative currently has 1,500 members. In 2002, the cooperative joined the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (YCFCU), an umbrella organization established 2002 to support a sustainable coffee supply from cooperatives in the Gedeo ethnic region of Ethiopia. There are twenty-six other cooperatives affiliated with the YCFCU totaling more than 45,000 members.
Our Bullitt Blend is from Huila, Colombia. A perfect balance of rich swiss chocolate, orange blossom floral notes and clean tangerine acidity. Very reminiscent of the popular Chocolate Orange that one finds in candy stores. Colombia Huila FTO ASOPCAFA coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around ASOPCAFA, a producer association with 84 members who live in the municipality of Aipe within the department of Huila, Colombia.
The ASOPCAFA Producer Organization was founded in 2013 and has 84 members. This coffee was cultivated in the village of Santa Rita, in the Aipe district of the department of Huila. ASOPCAFA cultivates 170 hectares of organic certified coffee. High quality soils and abundant natural water streams flowing down from three snow peaked volcanoes with altitudes of up to 5,400 meters, make this region very suitable for chemical free and organic agricultural practices.
Our Lou Blend is from Huehuetenago, Guatemala. Cherry notes with cocoa and hazelnut undertones shine through in this snappy, fair-trade, organic Guatemala coffee.
GUATEMALA FTO HUEHUETENANGO ADIESTO SHB coffee is sourced from family-owned farms organized around Asociación de Desarrollo Integral Esperanza Toneca (ADIESTO), a producer association with 704 members (including 150 women) who live in the department of Huehuetenango, Guatemala.
The beans are grown on family owned farms at an elevation of between 4200 and 5600 feet. This high altitude means the beans grow more slowly, become more dense and are designated Strictly Hard Bean (SHB). These slow-growing, dense beans are often richer in flavor.