2020 High Altitude Ethiopia Selections Coming Soon!

Mosaic Coffee usually offers one coffee selection at a time, changing frequently depending on the availability of sourcing the best green coffee in the right quantities at the right time in order to maintain an amazing tasting experience. 

But, with all the extraordinary 2020 high-altitude 2020 fresh crop Ethiopia selections arriving in late July, Mosaic will be offering both a natural and washed selection for the next month

It’s an exciting time of the year to experience and explore the continued growth of coffee quality that has led the world in unique, ripe, and lush blueberry and rich bouquet of fruits and a sweet syrupy body. 

Mosaic Coffee is starting off with a very special natural processed selection from the Hambela Coffee Estate in the southern Guji Zone of the Oromia Region in Ethiopia. The compliment to a natural processing would be a washed selection from the southern regions of Ethiopia! If you pre-order two bags, or begin ordering after July 29th, you will receive one of each, both as a way to explore the different experiences Ethiopia, the motherland of coffee, has to offer to the world. 

I am taking pre-orders starting today. The coffee may not be delivered prior to July 29th. The coffee is still at port, ready to be shipped to the Roasting Space this week. I have no other coffee available at this time. Pre-order today, and it will be delivered or shipped to you as soon as it is available. 

Zabuni Coffee – Grand Island

The amount farmers and coffee workers receive for harvesting coffee is very low. It is a condition that has become normalized as a sad reality in the world, yet far too few of us take the necessary actions to seek change for rebuilding this system to improve trade and inequity.

To help break the mold of acceptance to this norm, Laban Njuguna, the founder of Zabuni Specialty Coffee Auction based in Grand Island, Nebraska, has structured his efforts to build a green coffee trading platform that funnels a very large percentage of the final price of coffee sold directly back to the farmer. Laban has worked with the Kenyan government and has hosted officials in Nebraska to work on launching the business. Laban visited The Roasting Space in early 2019 and has remained in touch with Mosaic Coffee and other roasters at the space. This month, we have purchased our first bag of Kenya coffee from his operations. It is fantastic. Limited quantities are available, but I am sure there will be more lots in the near future.