From Jimma, Ethiopia...

This impeccably clean natural is a rare and exciting single farmer lot from Mohammed Aba Nura. The cup sings with vibrantly tropical passionfruit, sweet honeysuckle, and black grape.

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Mohammed Aba Nura


Producer     Mohammed Aba Nura

Region         Omafuntulay, Gomma, Agaro, Jimma

Varieties       JARC 74110

Process         Natural

Altitude       2000-2100 masl

Importer     Osito


Mohammed Aba Nura

Mohammed Aba Nura is a member of the Tokuma group, the producer group that Mensur Abahika—who produced the first single farmer Ethiopian coffee Subtext ever purchased— is also a member of. This year, we are very excited to be able to bring in more single farmer Ethiopian coffees, including this beautifully clean and vibrantly tropical natural from Mohammed.

Mohammed's 35.7 hectare farm is located in the Omafuntulay Kebele of Jimma and sits at a staggering 2,000-2,100 masl. He dries his naturals on raised beds for about 20 days.


Jimma is located in Southwestern Ethiopia, just north of the world-famous Yirgacheffe region. Jimma is home to the Jimma Agricultural Research Centre (JARC), the organization which has been responsible for much of the work done in Ethiopia to identify and propagate disease resistant varieties across the country. Traditionally, coffee from Jimma has been referred to as Limmu and categorized by the ECX as either Limmu A or Illuababora B, depending on where in the region they originate from. Since Telila is located in Woreda Gera, its coffees would be considered Limmu A.

JARC 74110

Short and compact with small leaves, cherries, and beans; 74110 , sometimes called Gibirinna 74110 is one of the most planted varieties in Ethiopia. The mother tree of this variety was selected in 1974 by JARC (Jimma Agricultural Research Centre) in the Metu province for its CBD resistance. After research and development by JARC, it was released in 1979 and recommended for planting in the altitude range of 1,500-2,100 masl.


Dried on raised beds for 20 days.




FOB Pricing

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FOB: "Freight on board," usually the price paid to the coffee exporter for coffee ready to ship. This includes price paid to the producer as well as milling, warehousing and transportation costs plus any intermediaries' fees and export costs.

Farmgate: the price paid by the exporter or other buyer to the producer or producer organization.

3.35 USD per lb

Relationship Length

This is the first year that Osito has worked with Mohammed and the first year that Subtext has purchased his coffee.


Subtext cupping score of 87