Numondo Coffee – ‘Best Coffee from its birthplace’

“Best Arabica Coffee You can find in Town”

Who We Are?

Numondo Coffee –a subsidiary of Numondo Trading, is your source for the best coffee beans in the world. We can supply your coffee needs from our producer in Ethiopia. That is where the best coffee beans are grown! Our own Employees are on the ground in Ethiopia working with our producer to ensure the highest quality product at a fair price delivered when you need them. We can provide both rar and roasted beans. We are setup to handle small and large orders. We have access to many different types of Ethiopian Coffee (Yirgachefe, sidama, harar etc) , multiple grades, etc. so you see, we can supply whatever you need and do it in an environmentally sound and socially conscious way.

Numondo Coffee is working with a coffee producer in Ethiopia that has been engaged in coffee farming, processing and exporting activities for the last year. The company has five processing sites in in different regions along with a 200 hectare coffee farm. In addition, they have a processing station in some region. The very high quality Arabic coffee is grown around Bonga, a town in the caffa region. Our producer also purchases coffee beans directly from local small holders and processors the coffee in the same coffee growing regions it is purchased. This is a symbiotic relationship. Our producer gets the coffee it needs and the local growers share in the income generated by coffee in Ethiopia. This gives Habesha Coffee access to:

  • Kaffa zone, kwanda region, natural sun- dried, specialty coffee
  • Sidama A ( benssa region), Q ( specialty) natural sun- dried and washed Q1 (speciality) as well as commercial grade 3
  • Sidama B (shebedino) , Q (speciality) natural sun- dried ,and washed Q1 ,Q2 (speciality grade ) as well as comerial grade 3 and 4

What We Offer? 

All the coffee handled by our producer in organically grown without the use of any fertilizers or pest sides. While our producers grow its own coffee,

 it’s also purchases a substantial amount from a number of small holders that the company has been working with this year. More over every single coffee bean purchase in traceable back to the farmer.

The farmers’ loyalty to the producer even over cooperatives is proving that the farmers are well treated by the producer.  Habesha management team members have had opportunities to witness this first hand. We work closely with our coffee producer to expand its global market presence. We work with them to maintain the care and integrity of our entire of coffee supply chain.

 
 
Yirga chefe
  • Well  known for washed best high land grown coffee
  • Recognized as distinct character flavor
  • Set apart for exceptional bright sitress acidity and fruit flavor
  • Produced both washed and unwashed coffee
  •  has fine acidity
  • Cup bright acidity,midieum body
  • Altitude : 1770-2200 meter
  • Raw: uniform, tick, medium to bold ,oval in shape and compacted
 
Grading
  • G1/Q1 washed specialty
  • G1/Q1 Natural sun – dried
  • G2 commercial washed
  • G4 and G5 Commercial unwashed
Sidama Coffee
  • Altitude of up to 1550-2200
  • Produced washed and unwashed coffee
  • Very varying types of coffee characteristics and profound complexity
  • Has small to medium sized beans ,greenish
  • Blended for gourmet or specially coffee
  • Yellow or umber in colure and fruit flavor
  • Cup : medium to light acidity, full body strong mocha flavored with blue berry
 
Grading
  • G1/Q1,G2/Q2 washed specialty
  • G1/Q1 natural sun dried
  • G2 commercial washed
  • G4, G5 commercial unwashed /natural sun dried
Jimma Coffee
  • The bulk of Ethiopia’s unwashed natural sun dried coffee export
  • Often used in blends
  •  the bulk of it comes from labor, bench magi and sheka region
  • Altitude 1500-2000 meter
  • Cup –light acidity, full bodied with a fruity straw flavor
  • Raw- medium to bold , oval and thick
Grading
  • G1/Q1, G2/Q2 washed limmu specialty coffee
Nekemt Coffee
  • Comes from gimbi and welega region
  • Altitude 1494-1798 meter
  • Cup : pleasant acidity and medium body with a slight yet distinct fruity flavor
  • Has medium sized bean, and greenish or garish , brown in color
Grading
  • G4,G5 commercial unwashed/ natural sun drie

Coffee Pricing

Coffee prices fluctuate just like the prices of all other commodities fluctuate. The prices listed below were valid as of February, 2017 and are provide only as examples for some the coffees offered by Habesha Coffee. Call us or your Habesha account rep to get current pricing information. Customers will lock in their prices as soon as their contract is signed.

  • Coffee
  • Pricing
  • Rough

Today’s offer Per Ton or per 907 kilograms

Sidamo coffee: Altitude of up to 1550 – 2200. Produced washed and unwashed
coffee.
Very varying types of coffee characteristics and profound complexity. Has small to
Medium sized beans, greenish. Blended for gourmet or specialty coffee. Yellow/umber in
color and fruit flavor. Cup: medium to light acidity, full body strong mocha flavor with
blueberry.
Grading: G1/Q1, G2/Q2 washed specialty. G1/Q1 Natural sun-dried. G2 Commercial
washed.
G4, G5 Commercial unwashed/natural sun-dried. Sidama A (Benssa region), Q
(specialty) natural sun-dried; and washed Q1 (Specialty) as well as commercial grade 3.
Kaffa Zone, Kwanda region, natural sun-dried, specialty coffee.
The five processing stations in Sidama region, here again very close to coffee growing
areas, compile the following coffee categories: Sidama B (Shebedino region), Q
(specialty) natural sun-dried; and washed Q1, Q2 (specialty grade) as well as commercial
grades 3 and 4.
1. Washed Sidamo grade 2
a. $6.50 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.25 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.75 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.17 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,340

2. Unwashed Sidamo grade 4 =
a. $5.75 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $4.50 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $3.75 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $3.62 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $7,240

3. Unwashed Lekempti grade 5 = $3,465
Lekempti Coffee: Comes from Ghimbi and Wollega regions.
Altitude: 1494-1798 Meters. Cup: Pleasant acidity and medium body with a slight yet
distinct fruity flavor. Has medium sized been, and greenish-grayish/brown in color.
Grading: G4, G5 commercial unwashed/Natural sun-dried Lekempti Coffee
a. $3.30 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $2.75 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $2.25 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $2.10 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $4,200

4. Yirgacheffe Coffee:
Well known for washed best highland grown coffee. Recognized as a distinct character
flavor. Set apart for exceptional bright citrus acidity and fruit flavor. Produced both
washed and unwashed coffee. Has fine acidity. Cup: bright Acidity, medium body.
Altitude: 1770 – 2200m. Raw: uniform, thick, medium to bold, oval in shape and
compacted. Grading: G1/Q1 washed specialty G1/Q1 Natural sun-dried G2 Commercial
washed G4 and G5 Commercial unwashed/Natural sun-dried
a. $7.76 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $6.35 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $5.25 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.80 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $9,600

5. Yirgacheffe Washed 1
a. $7.30 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.85 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.80 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.10 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,200

6. Yirgacheffe Unwashed 2
a. $6.75 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.35 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.15 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $3.80 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $7,600

7. Jimma Coffee: The bulk of Ethiopia’s unwashed natural sun-dried coffee export.
Often used in blends. The bulk of it comes from the Ilubabour, Bench maji & sheka
regions.
Altitude 1500-2000m. Cup – Light acidity, full bodied with a fruity straw flavor.
Raw – medium to bold, oval and thick. Grading: G3, G4, G5 commercial
unwashed/Natural sun-dried Djimma Coffee
a. $6.50 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.25 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.75 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.17 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,340

8. DJimmah Grade 2
a. $6.10 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.15 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.75 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.55 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $9,100

9. DJimmah Grade 3
a. $5.90 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $4.95 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.65 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.20 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,400

10. Limu Coffee: Only Washed with distinctive winery flavor.
The bean is flatter than other washed coffees. Altitude: 1400-2100M.
Cup: a well-balanced cup, medium acidity and body with distinct winey flavor.
Has medium sized been, and greenish-bluish in color and mostly round in shape.
Grading: G1/Q1, G2/Q2 washed Limu specialty Coffee
a. $6.50 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.25 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.75 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.17 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,340

11. Harare Coffee: Harare is in the Eastern highlands of Ethiopia. It is one of the oldest
coffee beans still produced and is known for its distinctive fruity, wine flavor. The bean
is medium in size with a greenish-yellowish color. It has medium acidity and full body
and a distinctive mocha flavor. Harare is a dry processed coffee bean with sorting and
processing done almost entirely by hand. Though processing is done by hand, the
laborers are extremely knowledgeable of how each bean is categorized.
a. $6.10 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.75 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.85 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.15 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,300

12. Harare Unwashed Grade 2
a. $5.70 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.35 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.55 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $3.70 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $7,400

13. Wellega Western Ethiopia: This area has a much different profile than the traditional Wellega.
We see a generally much sweeter cup with less distinctive delicate citric acidity, and more big
sweet stone fruit. This coffee would typically be sold as “Lekempti”, a trade name in coffee to
designate Western Ethiopian coffees traded through the city of Nekempte, while the coffee
actually originates further west in East Wollega, also called Misraq Wellega, which is the Gimbi
woreda (state). But don’t confuse that with the trade name Ghimbi, which is only for dryprocess
coffees from the same area. In all that name changing, coffees were also made generic,
sold and re-sold by traders, and eventually ended up with the Addis exporters under some name
or other. Coffees from this area were considered Yirga Cheffe wanna-bes, and were not given
much heed. Leka Wato is the name of the farm in Wato town, Leka Delecha district of East
Wellega area.
a. $6.10 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.45 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.95 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.35 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,700

14. Wellega Grade 2
a. $5.60 per lb 132lb to 550lb
b. $5.15 per lb 550lb to 1,213lb
c. $4.45 per lb 1,214lb to 1,999lb
d. $4.00 per lb 2,000lb and up this is the per Ton price $8,000

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