Ethiopia Guji Mormora

Regular price £8.50
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Rich, sweet & smooth with a fruity acidity, dark chocolate and strawberry

Mormora Coffee Plantation is located in the Oromia Regional state, Guji Zone. This processed speciality grade coffee is omni-roasted for both espresso and filter, and offers rich, sweet & smooth mouthfeel with a fruity acidity, dark chocolate and juicy strawberry flavours.

Ethiopia is widely acknowledged as the birthplace of coffee, and is highly respected in the specialty coffee industry.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
D.M. (Beaconsfield, GB)
Stunning coffee

Delicious and delicate. Exactly as described – smooth, fruity, chocolate is in abundance. A favourite in my subscription.

More about this coffee

Ethiopia Guji Mormora

  • Process


  • Altitude


  • Region

    Guji, Southern Ethiopia

  • Species


Meet the farmer

Each harvest, hundreds of smallholders in the area deliver coffee to Mormora’s washing station. These smallholders generally have 1–2 hectares of land under coffee.

Ground Coffee Society Ethiopia Guji Mormora farmers

Coffee story

Mormora Coffee Plantation is a 200-hectare farm, processing traditional Ethiopian varieties of Arabica which has been long grown in the region. The majority of the area is semi-forest coffee, which means the forest has been managed to allow coffee to grow in it. The coffee trees are typically shaded by Cordia and Acacia tress. The coffee is certified USDA organic and processed by the natural method (dried in the whole fruit).

Ground Coffee Society Ethiopia Guji Mormora landscape

Growing region

The Guji zone was distinguished as its own unique production area in the early 2000s. It is located in the Southern portion of Sidamo and is named after the Oromo people.

Ground Coffee Society Ethiopia Guji Mormora map