In the highlands region of Sidamo, in Ethiopia, coffee has an ancient tradition that is currently cultivated and grown in the small village of Wotto Na Bultuma, at 2000 meters above sea level. This is a coffee with a soft and tenacious character, like Meaza Ashenafi, the Ethiopian activist who fights for women rights and from which it takes its name.
100% Single-origin Arabica, courageous and determined. Washed beans that give the coffee a citrus acidity, with hints of peach, apricot and berries. Cocoa and dried nuts notes in the long aftertaste.