Larcho Torka coffee is grown in the sub-forest of Larcho Torka within the greater Uraga forest in the Guji zone of Southern Ethiopia. The forest is mountainous and dense, with plenty of natural shade for the coffee to grow in with superb elevations. Although the coffee trees are younger here, they still contain mixed Ethiopian landacre varieties that deliver the floral, bright qualities Ethiopian coffee is known for. The washing station is owned and operated by Adbi Jebril, a lifelong coffee trader with a focus dedicated to quality. The prime environment for coffee and Ethiopian landacre varieties, combined with meticulous processing, makes this coffee sing.
With a natural canopy and high elevations between 2000-2200 meters, the forest of Larcho Torka sets the stage to showcase the native varieties that are meticulously harvested and processed throughout the youthful producing area. Larcho Torka is a vibrant coffee that overflows with syrupy depth, blossoming with bright flowers and citrus.