This new natural Ethiopian coffee from the Sidamo province placed 1st in Taste of Harvest Competition in all of east Africa. This bean is heavier bodied then expected from most Ethiopians. It has strong notes of orange intertwined with hints of molasses. This specialty coffee got named after the discovery of "Ardi," a 4.4 million year old fossil found in Ethiopia the day prior to the findings of this high-quality coffee. This bean differs from other dry-process Ethiopian coffees because during harvesting only ripe cherries are selected and spread on raised beds the same day and are moved every two hours for at least 15 to 17 days to ensure uniform drying. Undertake this new and exciting coffee today!