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Genji Challa (Washed) - Ethiopia

Genji Challa (Washed) - Ethiopia

Dried Jujube, Mandarin, Starfruit

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Location: Adelaide, SA

Monastery Coffee process orders on a Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Coffee is always shipped within 7 days of roasting.

Items ordered today are expected to ship by Monday (15 July)

This awesome coffee from Ethiopia is called Genji Challa. The cherries are sourced from the surrounding Kebeles (town/village) and the lots are named after the Kebeles from which the coffee is grown. This specific lot is from the Genji Challa Kebele.
The station is owned and run by Mike Mamo, a partner in Osito Coffee pushing to improve quality at the mill. For instance, where most washing stations build lots exclusively on the process used and the location the cherries are delivered, Telila goes a step further and also separates lots based on the day the coffee cherries were delivered. Mike and the team also store all their parchment in hermetically sealed bags - a first for Ethiopia. Not only are they producing high-quality washed lots, but also honey, natural, and anaerobic lots as well.

The cherries that are delivered to the Telila coffee station are a combination of Gibirinna 74110 and Serto 74112. Both of these are from the Metu Bishari selections made in the forest of the same name in the Illubabur Zone by the Jimma Agricultural Research Center (JARC) in 1974. They were specifically selected for their resistance to coffee berry disease.
Region: Jimma
Country: Ethiopia
Elevation: 2,000 masl
Variety: JARC 74112
Processing: Washed

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  • Coffee Profile

    Roast Type
    Filterw Filter
    Roast Level
    Single origin Single Origin
    Best served Black Best served Black
  • Brewing Guide

    Methods recommended
    Espresso Moka pot Pour over Aeropress Drip coffee French press
    Brewing recipe for Pour over

    1 : 15

    brew ratio


    ground coffee


    brewed coffee


    brewing time


    brewing temperature

    This is our standard recipe for pour over filter brews using a 2 cup brewer. For larger sized brewers, increase the ground and brewed coffee weights using the same brew ration.

    Source: Acuratore
  • Tasting Guide

    Taste Profile
    Balanced & Aromatic Balanced & Aromatic
    Tasting Notes

    Dried Jujube, Mandarin, Starfruit

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