The coffee is produced in a district called Hambela Wanena in Oromia region. Oromia is the region where coffee first originated and it is by the Oromo people. The Oromia regional state accounts for more than 65% of the country’s total coffee growing land and includes coffee from Limu, Yirgacheffe, Sidamo and Harrar. More specifically this coffee hails from the Mogeyes washing station in the district of Hambela Wanena, which is part of the Guji Zone. This is most certainly not uncommon as approximately 90% of Ethiopia’s coffee is sold through the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX). One thing’s for sure though, this lot makes both a great shot of espresso and a delicious cup of coffee.