Our coffees are certified for being produced responsibly, ethically and with uncompromising quality

We at Tega and Tula Specialty Coffee Estate are committed to uncompromising quality in all aspects of coffee cultivation, harvesting and processing from our 3 coffee farms and 3 washing stations that are climate-smart and sustainable. Our coffee selection process is rigorous and detailed. We use a state-of-the-art cupping lab to evaluate our products over several rounds of cupping; following the official protocols of local and international standards earning us certifications by Rain Forest Alliance (RA) and Organic for USDA, EU and JAS. We evaluate our products without compromise to determine their quality and how they will be offered to buyers.

We are proud to offer a diverse range of coffees with complex intense floral and fruity flavors. Our coffees are cultivated and harvested at the high-altitude forested mountains of Kaffa, Sheka, Anderacha/ Masha, and Guji zones which are all known for their ideal coffee-growing conditions. We use traditional and modern methods of cultivation and processing to ensure that our coffees are of the highest quality. Our offers are 100% Ethiopian Arabica coffee that is unparalleled in quality. Over 80% of our coffee export is Organic and Rainforest Alliance certified and over 90% of our coffee is traded as Grade-1 specialty with a SCA cup score of 86.5% and above.

We invite you to explore our selection of coffees and experience the difference that uncompromising quality can make.

Kaffa (Tega and Tula) Estate coffee

Nestled in the heart of the Kaffa Biosphere Reserve, approximately 460 kilometers southwest of Addis Ababa, lies the dense and wild Bonga jungle of Gembo Woreda, Tega & Tula Kebeles. This UNESCO-registered nature reserve is renowned for its unmatched beauty, character, and heritage. It is also the birthplace of Arabica coffee, with close to 5,000 wild varieties of the plant found in this biodiversity hotspot. Our farm enjoys an annual rainfall of 1600mm and an average temperature of 13-25 degrees Celsius.

Our 402-hectare Tega & Tula Kaffa coffee estate is surrounded by scenic mountains filled with tall and long-aged trees that shade our coffee trees with pristine rivers and streams flowing through them and a UNESCO-protected biosphere and our coffee trees can be traced at a micro lot/ block level.

1695-1850 MASL

Deep fertile forest soil, brown-red loam texture with high humus content

Flavor: fruity chocolate balanced berries tone lingering in one’s mouth.

Acidity: It has a smooth acidity and bright medium profile

Body: Round bodied

September – January

Washed ,Natural Sundried and Wild Forest

Organic (EU, JAS, USDA) and Rainforest Alliance

Kaffa Tega Coffee

Washed Coffee

Our Tega washed coffee is floral, citrus like, sweet lemon, delicate, creamy and sweet. Since the washing process is conducted with maximum accuracy, the coffee preserves its flavor and attains the top quality of a washed coffee

Natural Coffee

Our Tega Natural coffee is Spicy, cardamom, delicate, creamy, burnt sugar & sweet. Since the cautiously selected red cherries are sundried with ample care they get to dry steadily while being protected from unwanted weather educed hazards

Kaffa Tula coffee

Washed Coffee

Our Tula washed coffee resembles its neighbor Tega coffee in flavor, it is floral, citrus like, delicate, creamy and sweet. It also goes through similar washing process conducted with maximum accuracy ensuring that the coffee preserves its flavor and attains the top quality of a washed coffee.

 

Natural Coffee

Our Tula Natural coffee is Spicy, while maintaining, its sweetness, its also delicate, creamy, and has a taste of burnt sugar. After the red cherries are delicately handpicked, they are then allowed to bathe under the warm Kaffa sun while making sure they are kept out of harm’s way.

Anderacha (Shera Mountain) Estate Coffee

Anderacha coffee is grown in a UNESCO-preserved biosphere in southwestern Ethiopia. The area is home to a rich diversity of plants and animals, including over 300 higher plants and 270 animals. The coffee is grown at an altitude of 1,930 to 2,200 meters and enjoys an annual rainfall of 1,800mm and an annual average temperature of 13-25 degrees Celsius. The coffee is grown under indigenous shade trees, which helps to create a healthy ecosystem and produce a more flavorful cup of coffee. The Anderacha coffee region is known for its high-quality coffee, and the coffee produced here is often praised for its fruity flavors, playful acidity, and incredible balance.

Our 400-hectare Anderacha Shera Mountain coffee estate is boarded by hilly mountains. Our coffee trees are shaded and surrounded by deep age-long trees. This area is known for having consistent rainfall throughout the entire year and is surrounded by UNESCO-protected Sheka Forest bordering Shera Mountain.

1700-1950 meters above sea level

Deep fertile forest soil, reddish brown with high humus content

Flavor: Red berries, spices, tea line, clean intense

Acidity: Medium to high, citric It has a smooth

Body: Medium to full

October – January

Washed ,Natural Sundried and Wild Forest

Organic (EU, JAS, USDA) and Rainforest Alliance

Washed coffee

Our Anderacha-washed coffee is floral, spicy, citrus, sweet, lemon grass, delicate and creamy with a balanced and round body.

The utmost care and attention given during the harvesting/ handpicking of these beautiful bright red cherries is also implemented during the washing process which enables the coffee to demonstrate bright acidity while maintaining its natural sweetness.

 

Natural coffee

Our Anderacha Natural coffee is known for its fruity, tea-like crispy, sweet and round body.

Even though Anderacha has rainfall all year long, our natural coffee is sun-dried up to the highest quality control and processing mechanism resulting in one of the sweetest and most complex coffee

Gesha Estate Coffee

located in the new region southwest Ethiopia, Kaffa Zone Gesha Woreda Anderacha kebele. It is found in a tropical rainforest, Our farm enjoys an annual rain fall of 1700mm and annual average temperature 13-25 oc. The farm has indigenous suitable shade trees.

Our 250-hectare Gesha coffee estate is boarded by hilly mountains and surrounded by smallholder farmers out-growers around the site. Our coffee trees are shaded and surrounded by deep age long trees and the finest honey production. This area is known for having consistent rainfall throughout the entire year. Gesha coffee, sometimes referred to as Geisha coffee, is a variety of coffee tree that originated in the Gori Gesha Forest, Ethiopia. As Gesha is an ideal eco-friendly climate for honey production, our Gesha site currently has 150 modern bee hives with a distinct organic coffee honey flavor.

1800-1950 meters above sea level

deep fertile forest soil, reddish brown with high humus content

Gesha coffee has a distinctive, wonderfully flora and fruitlike flavor, with just the right level of acidity. Its complexity of flavors spans from fruity mango, peach & raspberry, to final hints of bergamot and jasmine. There is a natural sweetness you won’t find in any other coffee variety

Acidity: It has a smooth acidity and bright medium profile

Body: Round bodied

October – January

Washed or Natural

Organic (EU, JAS, USDA) & Rainforest Alliance

Washed coffee

Our Washed Gesha coffee has the profile of floral, blackcurrant, delicate, creamy with a caramel finish. It carefully goes through the washing process which maintains all the flavors while polishing the parchment up to quality. It is also kept at the fermentation tank for the exact amount of time necessary again maintaining quality.

Natural coffee

Our Natural Gesha coffee has the profile of Significant winey acidity. Some sweetness. Noticeable spices flavors.

The selectively harvested red cherries are then sun-dried with procedures that ensure the cherries are dried properly and are kept away from any harm.

Guji Hambela WAMENA Washing Station Coffee

Guji, Ethiopia is a land of natural beauty and rich culture. Located in the Oromia region of Ethiopia, it is a fertile region with a long history of producing coffee with unparalleled quality. Coffee production is not just a livelihood in Guji, but rather an important tradition and identity. The Guji people, known for their wisdom, hospitality, and resilience, have passed down a wealth of wisdom for growing fine coffee beans for generations. Guji coffee offers a complex, yet balanced, cup profile. It is known for its unique and differentiating flavor profiles. Guji coffee is a favorite among coffee lovers around the world.

Hilly and mountains and a populated part of the country with many smallholders farmers/ out-growers around the site. Farms are surrounded by deep forests. Tega & Tula owns 3 washing stations and works with 3500 farmers in Guji zone

2022-2400 meters above sea level

high sea levels in rich volcanic soils

Flavor: Citric Honey tropical fruit balanced floral

Acidity: Sweet tart with balanced acidity

Body: Full body Syrupy Smooth

November – January

Natural and Anaerobic. Washed varieties to start in 2024 season.

Organic (EU, JAS, USDA) & Rainforest Alliance in progress for 2024 season

Guji Hambela Wamena Dame Dabaye

Tega & Tula Guji Hambela Wamena (Dabaye) washing station is located in the W. Guji Zone, Hambela Wamena Woreda, Dame Dabaye Kebele.

The area gets its name from the Oromo language with a meaning of the Land of the Survivors

3 hectar

1950 – 2250 meters above sea level

High fertile soil with clay loam

November – January

14-18 (96%)

Floral, strawberry, spicy and balanced smooth peach

Citric, lime, incense, pineapple, cherries, fruity, alcoholic blueberry clean & sweet

Organic and Rain Forest certification in progress for 2024 season.

Guji Hambela Wamena Benti Nenka

Tega & Tula Guji Benti Nenka washing station islocated in the Guji zone, Benti Nenka kebele,Asgori district.

The location gets its name from the localmeaning as the hub of the leopards

1.2 hectar

2068 – 2300 meters above sea level

High soil fertility with sandy loam

November – January

14-18 (95%)

Floral, dried berries, tropical fruits and jasmine

floral, fermented berries, cocoa powder, bitter sweet, floral notes

Organic and Rain Forest certification in progress for 2024 season.

Guji Hambela Wamena Buku Saysa

Tega & Tula Guji Hambela Buku Saysa washingstation is located in Oromiya region, Gujji Zone,Dimtu city, Buko saysa town.

Coffee tress grown on this area are young tress &fertile soil

1.2hectar

2300 – 2350 meters above sea level

High soil fertility with sandy loam

November – January

Comparatively smaller bean sizes 14 (94%)

Floral, strawberry, spicy, citric creamy, complex cup profile.

Organic and Rain Forest certification in progress for 2024 season.

Sidamo Chire washing station coffee profile

Sidamo is one of the most evergreen and fertile lands in Ethiopia located in the northeast of Lake Abaya and southeast of Lake Hawassa. Sidama is bordered on the south by the Oromia Region (except for a short stretch in the middle where it shares a border with the Gedeo zone), on the west by the Bilate River, which separates it from Wolayita zone, and on the north and east by the Oromia. The region is known for producing crops such as Enset (also called false banana), wheat, oat, maize, barley, sorghum, millets, sugar cane, potatoes, and other cereal crops and vegetables but is most known as one of the major coffee-producing regions in Ethiopia.

Chire is a zone in the Sidamo region of Ethiopia. Our Sidamo/Chire washing station is located in a hilly and mountains of the zone with, populated with many small holder farmers/out-growers around the site. The region enjoys an annual rainfall of 1200 -1590mm.

1950 – 2200 meters above sea level

Volcanic

2 hectares

Fruity, spicy, sweet, joint dark cherry, strawberry, juicy body, clean, long and balanced in all attribute

November – February

Washed

Organic and RFA starting 2024 season

West Arsi/ Nensebo washing station coffee profile

This variety is found in the Werka kebele, Nensebo Woreda, West Arsi zone in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. It is named after the Arsi people, a subgroup of the Oromo. The region is home to the Arsi Mountains National Park, which protects a portion of the Ethiopian Highlands. The park includes montane forests, subalpine heath, alpine grasslands, and shrublands. West Arsi is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its beautiful scenery and rich wildlife and is also known for its high-quality arabica coffee.

Our West Arsi washing station is located in hilly and mountains and a populated part of the country with many smallholder farmers out-growers around the site. The region enjoys an annual rainfall of 1200 – 1825 mm

1950 – 2200 meters above sea level

Red loam

3.5 hectare

Sweet lemon, citrus, toasted cardamom, tropical fruit, strawberry, sweet, complex and round body

November – February

Naturals

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