Adado gets its namesake from the ancestral tribe in the area around the cooperative where this coffee is collected and processed. Much of the coffee grown in Ethiopia is from “backyard” plots… Small areas of coffee trees growing on a family’s property that they pick and sell to the local cooperative or mill. In the region where this lot comes from, 7000 different farmers are represented. Despite this number, the coffee has a very consistent character that is unique to the region. This is a testament to the quality of the heirloom varieties growing there and hard work selecting the best lots to represent the area.

Tasting Notes

You’ll taste silky chocolate, raspberry, strawberry and a wine-like finish.

  • Country of Origin - Ethiopia
  • Growning Region - Yirgacheffe
  • Cultivars - Native heirlooms
  • Processing - Sun-dried Natural
  • Elevation - 1795 - 1860 masl