||1,550-2,200 metres above sea level
||Southern Oromo State, Guji Zone
(Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union)
Oromia Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Union (OCFCU) is a tribally based co-operative union which was established in 1999, covering all the areas where the Oromo people live. This includes many of the best known coffee growing districts in Ethiopia.
Guji is a relatively new nomenclature; the government has recently allowed farmers in the east of the Sidamo growing region to call their coffee by their own tribal label - this coffee is grown by members of the Guji-Oromi subtribe.
The Guji-2 is a fully washed coffee, sold by the farmers as cherry to central washing stations, where it is pulped, fermented and washed before being sundried on raised beds.