Ethiopian specialty coffee
Small batch Ethiopian coffee beans

Ethiopia Quantit Natural

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This naturally processed Ethiopian Heirloom coffee is layered with tons of fruit and floral notes. Bright, fruity, sweet, and syrupy, this coffee is packed with endless notes of flavor.

We taste Black Cherry, Strawberry, Lavender

  • Variety: Ethiopia Heirloom
  • Process: Natural
  • Region: Sidamo Region, Ethiopia, Africa
  • Elevation: 1900m
  • Roast level: Light

At Kunjani we believe that when it comes to coffee, freshness matters, that's why we roast to order and ship within 24 hours when possible.

When you place an order online, you're not getting a bag pulled from a shelf. Our team adds it to a scheduled roast day (based on your order time) and your coffee is made fresh just for you.

At the moment we are roasting 3 days a week, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Orders made after 12:30 pm EST will be roasted on the following roast day.

Order Placed
(by 12:30pm EST)

Roasted & Shipped
Monday Tuesday
Tuesday Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
Thursday Thursday
Friday Friday
Saturday Tuesday
Sunday Tuesday

Please note that very rarely (due to extenuating circumstances such as volume or holidays) your order may be sometimes added to a different roast than above.


Ethiopian coffee

Origin

Farm: Daye Bensa Coffee Farm
Producer: Daye Bensa Coffee
Subregion: Qantite, Sidamo, Southern Nations, Ethiopia

Light roast Ethiopian coffee

Roast level

We roast this coffee to a Light roast to highlight its floral notes and create an overall flavor that is clean, delicious, exciting, and sweet.

Ethiopia Quantit cupping notes

Cupping notes

Black Cherry, Strawberry, Lavender

Ethiopia Heirloom variety coffee

Bright, fruity, sweet

Excellent Single Origin Ethiopian Coffee

A classic example of great Ethiopian coffee. Flavors of black cherry, strawberry and floral notes are pronounced throughout this delicate cup, this one's a can't miss 🇪🇹

The Quantit Mill, Ethiopia

Quantit Mill

Farm Story

Farmers working together

Today, 1500-2000 local farmers deliver coffee to this washing station and no longer have to travel the long distances to other mills. Farmers working with the Quantit mill are also paid a higher premium for their coffee and no longer rely on middlemen to sell and transport their coffee.

The natural lots are processed by floating and picking out the ripe cherries. It is then dried on African raised beds for 13-15 days.

Daye Bensa Coffee

About the Producer

CEO Asefa Dukamo harvesting coffee
Sustainable Ethiopian coffee

Sustainability & giving back

Positive Impact