THE FARM 2018-04-12T00:18:55+00:00


Abana translates to “Our Fathers” (Arabic), paying homage to the deep roots and origins of wild Arabica coffee, indigenous to this region of Ethiopia.

Located in Southwestern Ethiopia in the heart of the Oromia region, this old growth highland forest is the perfect environment for coffee to thrive.

This ecologically-friendly farm utilizes a water recycling wet mill, maintains a healthy forest canopy, and properly disposes of waste. These rolling hills are alive with dozens of animal species and several water sources including a natural spring at 2100 meters.

Nursery site for thousands of coffee seedlings.

Cement walled lagoon for coffee waste that will naturally filter through the earth over time.

Old growth forest shading thousands of coffee plants at 2,200 meters.

One of many Colobus monkeys watching the work.