Creating Specialty Market for our Coffee: As our coffee is traceable to the farm, entering Specialty Coffee Market and promoting our product is something we take pride in as it is changing the narrative of what people generally know about Lekempti coffee, this has a ripple effect not just for our company but, to the farmers in the area.

info@roberacoffeeplc.com

Tel: +251-11-646 14 51/52

+251-911-524431/+251-911-525750

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P.O BOX: 25518

ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

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ROBERA PRODUCT VARIETY

HARAR COFFEE:

One of the world’s most prized coffees, Harar Coffee has a medium to light acidity, it’s full bodied with a typical mocha flavor with a winey after taste. Of the two varieties, short berry and long berry, the later is considered the most desirable.
Altitude: 1510- 2100 meters above sea level.

Process: Unwashed

Lekempti Coffee

Lekempti is our gourmet in-house special coffee, characterized by its lemony fruity flavor and bright acidity. Typically used in blends, but also traded as a single origin flavor.
Altitude: 1500- 1650 meters above sea level.

Process Type: Sun-dried and washed.

Illubabor Coffee

Pungent in flavor, this coffee is used as a blend, resulting in a balanced, full bodied, hearty flavor.

Altitude:1800-2100 meters above sea level

Process Type:

LIMU COFFEE

Characterized by its winey after taste, this washed coffee delivers a vibrant, balanced cup with a sharp acidity and a classic taste.

Altitude: 1400- 2200 meters above sea level
Process Type: Washed

Yirga-Cheffee Coffee:

Considered the finest of all coffees grown in the horn of Africa. Its most prevalent taste characteristic is lemon, which gives a distinct tart bite that combines with a rich floral finish.

Altitude: 1770-2200 meters above sea level.

Process Type:  Washed

Sidamo Coffee:

Popular among the specialty trade, the beans are processed in both dry and washed methods. Beans produce flavor notes with a spicy character and a round, balanced acidity in the cup.

Altitude: 1400-2200 meters above sea level

Process Type: Washed

Djimmah Coffee

Coffee is said to have gotten its name from Ethiopian region of Kaffa where coffee is produced like other coffees from this region. Djimmah coffee beans produce a rather heavy boiled cup with a winery after taste.
Altitude: 1400- 1800 meters above sea level

Process Type: Washed

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