Uraga is a woreda in the Guji zone of Ethiopia, where coffee is grown on very small farms (less than 1/2 hectare each on average) alongside corn, barley, beans, and wheat. This lot is a washed coffee produced here.
According to the washing station manager, most of the coffee delivered to the factory is Bourbon: While Bourbon is a variety better-known in Central and South America, the same term is used colloquially in Ethiopia to describe certain coffee-berry-disease-resistant cultivars. The Ethiopian "Bourbon" is typically genetically removed from the ones found elsewhere around the world.
Caramel and floral. Washed process. 250g.