Zawadee Ethiopian Wolf Yirgacheffe Banko Dhadhato Natural | 12oz | Certified Organic | Fair Trade
The Zawadee Ethiopian Wolf Yirgacheffe Banko Dhadhato Natural | 12oz single-origin coffee is a luscious specialty coffee – fresh and fragrant. The Banko Dhadhato Cooperative has been producing this Natural Yirgacheffe since 2012. Yirgacheffe Banko Dhadhato Natural absorbs it’s lovely fruit tones from the outer cherry. Sweet and juicy with stone fruits and apricot qualities, this coffee has a complex flavor you won’t want to miss.
Fair Trade and Organic. Grown at an altitude of between 1,650 to 2,500 meters. Harvested November through February.
The lighter roast of this coffee allows the natural flavors to shine!
Zawadee fresh roasts its Ethiopian Wolf Yirgacheffe Banko Dhadhato Natural | 12oz each week, ensuring the optimum coffee experience for our customers. Zawadee sources and roasts all its Taste of Africa Coffee according to the highest standards, including a dedicated commitment to fair trade coffee practices.
About Zawadee Coffees
Zawadee loves Africa and African food! It’s wonderful when two things connect so well. African food is culturally diverse while flavourful and delicious. Additionally, Africa is the birthplace of coffee and the source of some of the world’s very best beans and fair trade coffee too! Zawadee names its coffees after endangered or vulnerable species. We contribute to charities supportive of the protection of species at risk around the world.
Zawadee dedicates itself to supporting species at risk around the world. Zawadee devotes 2% of the sale of all wildlife-related products to charities who assist endangered animals.
A Taste of Africa Coffee – Single origin, micro-let whole beans. Freshly roasted in frequent small batches, most of all: Simply delicious!
More about the Ethiopian Wolf…
The elegant, long-legged Ethiopian Wolf is only found in the mountains of Ethiopia, where no more than 500 survive in scattered populations threatened by habitat loss and disease. Ethiopian wolves are the guardians of the roof of Africa. Only 600 remain in the wild!
Where do Ethiopian wolves live? As their name suggests, Ethiopian wolves are endemic to Ethiopia, where they are restricted to just seven isolated enclaves in the country’s highlands. The largest population can be found in the Bale Mountains in southern Ethiopia.