This coffee is harvested manually at an altitude of 1850 meters in the mountains west of Addis Ababa, on volcanic soil in the shade of acacias and euphorbias. Wet treatment of the berries and fermentation between 36 and 48 hours. Coffee is indigenous to this region, it is the original land of the wild variety "Arabica Typica". Limu contains fruits from these trees still growing in the wild. Cradle of coffee. All the arabicas in the world would come from the province of Kaffa! In Ethiopia, "coffee" is called "Bun" in Arabic, which could have given the origin of the word "bean" in English. It is estimated that 12 million people live off coffee in Ethiopia.