Zinabu Tula is very interesting coffee because it is 100% traceable because it comes from a single farmer. Most of the Ethiopian coffees comes from cooperatives, where hundreds of small farmers can take part in.
This natural processed 74110 variety (one of the Ethiopian heirlooms) has wonderfully sweet, fruity, and floral flavours. You can find peach, jasmine, orange blossom, mandarine, and strawberry in the cup.
Zinabu has found his passion in coffee cultivation after years as a physics teacher. His farm is very interesting. One part of the farm was neatly organized and pruned, the other part is totally untouched forest. Zinabu is dedicated to preserving the natural state of his land and cultivating domestic, indigenous varieties. In a country of one of the most rapidly growing populations in the world, indigenous forest areas turn to farmland for food in growing speed. In many cases, coffee cultivation by a committed farmer helps to preserve these rare ecosystems where coffee grows wild.