All Method - Raro Nansebo (Ethiopia)

All Method - Raro Nansebo (Ethiopia)

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  • Roast: All Method

  • Process: Natural

  • Origin: Uraga

  • Varietal: Kudhume

  • Taste: Orange, Apricot & Rosewater

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About the Roaster -  Stitch Roasting
THE STITCH FAMILY - a team built on diversity…

The team is built upon a shared love for the world’s favourite beverage (FYI its coffee, though we do have a tea advocate amongst us) and a strong set of values. They're a culmination of unique characters from diverse backgrounds from across the globe, but the Stitch family share a common principle, ‘to leave this earth better than we found it’. And their hope is to use coffee as a vehicle to achieve this. 
"STITCH COFFEE was born of an idea that coffee doesn’t need to be a standalone - it can be mixed together. We realised at an early stage that the art of blending coffee is the same as tailoring a piece of cloth. As a result, we stitched together origins with different flavours to bring forward the ultimate cup characteristics for everyone to enjoy." - The Stitch Family

What is special about these beans?

    • Ethical, sustainable & traceable

    • Hand-picked

    • Single origin beans

About the producer

Gathaithi farmers’ cooperative society

Gathaithi farmers’ cooperative society was registered under the cooperative society act of 2000. It was formerly part of the Giant Tetu coffee farmer’s society. This cooperative has only one factory – Gathaithi coffee factory. Currently, it has 1,656 active members. The Gathaithi factory was the overall winner of the 2016/17 'Best of Dormans' quality competition, as voted by an international panel on importers and roasters.

In line with the rising awareness on the need to conserve the environment, the factory has dug the waste water soak pits away from the water source where the waste water is allowed to soak in back to the soil. Currently the factory does not engage in waste water treatment. Additionally the society encourages its members to plant trees on their farms.