Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti Natural G1 – Alemu Bukato
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti Natural G1 – Alemu Bukato

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Banko Gotiti Natural G1 – Alemu Bukato

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Tasting Note:  Mixed berries | Peach | Juicy

Varietal Processing Method  Altitude
Heirloom Natural  1900-2100m

Size: 200g / 1kg

Brewing Recommendation: Filter Brews / Modern Espresso

The Alemu Bukato coffee is a specially produced collection gathered from family-owned farms organised around the Banko Gotiti Cooperative in the village of Banko Gotiti in the southern district of Gedeb in Ethiopia's Gedeo Zone.

A lighter roasting profile is chosen to highlight the classic Ethiopian natural flavour in this, where mixed berries acidity is complimented with a juicy mouthfeel. Great as black coffees!

The cooperative was founded in 2012 as a separate entity from the Worka Cooperative, and it presently has over 300 members. Banko Gotiti Cooperative is highly regarded in Ethiopia for having the best coffee cherry selection.

In order to provide optimum air circulation and temperature control for an efficient drying process, ripe cherries are carefully chosen and placed right away on raised beds.  To further prevent drying-related damage, cherries are frequently turned on their beds until the moisture content is lowered to between 11.5-12%.

At The Crackpots, we always try to help beginners and advanced drinkers alike to understand more about coffees. One of our efforts is to explain the various cryptic names of coffees which could be confusing.

Here’s a breakdown of this coffee:


Ethiopia, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a country in the Horn of Africa.

Ethiopia is said to be where all coffees come from, and coffee production in Ethiopia is a longstanding tradition which dates back dozens of centuries.


Yirgacheffe is a part of Sidama region, but gained recognition as a microregion itself for its outstanding coffee farming and processing practices that are valued highly all over the world. 

Banko Gotiti

Banko Gotiti is a neighbourhood in the Gedeb district of the Gedeo Zone, mainly known in the coffee industry for the town of Yirgachefe. Because it is so fertile, this is a highly sought after growing location capable of producing high quality tasty coffees.

Natural G1

Natural in coffee usually means that the coffee is sun-dried without removing the flesh and skins of the cherries. This processing method enhances the fruitiness of the coffee but is prone to over-fermentation.

G1 = Grade 1. Ethiopian coffees are graded from 1 to 9. Grade 1-2 are considered specialty grades, Grade 3-9 are considered "commercial".

Alemu Bukato

Name of the producer.

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