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Exported Beans


The company owns land and washing stations for cultivation and processing of washed and natural (sundried) coffee.

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Yirgacheffe Coffee

Internationally Known and recognized as Yirgachaffee Brand Name. grown coffee and has intense flavor known as flora. Has fine acidity and rich body. 

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Sidamo Coffee

Medium – sized bean, greenish-greyish in color. Due to balanced tastes and good flavor called Sweet coffee, has fine acidity and good body.

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Harar Coffee

Coffee with medium sized beans with greenish,yellow color, medium acidity and full body, and a distinctive Mocha flavor.  highest premium coffee in the world. 

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Djimmah Coffee

Altitude heavy bodied cup with winy after test can be prepared as washed and sun dried.

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Limu Coffee

Spicy and Winy flavor and attracts many roasters specially Europe and USA, has good acidity and body, washed Limmu is one of premium coffee.

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Kefa, Geisha Coffee 

Spicy and Winy flavor and attracts many roasters specially Europe and USA, has good acidity and body, washed Limmu is one of premium coffee.

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Ethiopian Sesmae Seed
Among the oil crops of Ethiopia, sesame seed commands a leading position because it is highly adapted to arid & semiarid low land environment and yields well. Ethiopia has high quality sesame seed varieties suitable for wide range applications. The humera type is appreciated worldwide for its aroma and taste.

Ethiopian Gum
 The production of naturalgumand resin is traditionally produced in Ethiopia. Since the development of the resource is located in wild areas.

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Ethiopian Leather
Ethiopia has a cattle population of more than 53 million, and sheep and goat population of 25.5 and 24.1 million, respectively. This makes Ethiopia the 1st from Africa and the 9th from the world in its cattle population which enable the country to have a strong raw material base for the leather industry.

Story of Ethiopian Coffee

575 AD

Early

About 1,000 years ago, coffee was a goatherd in Ethiopia southwestern highlands. It was discovered in Kaffa area where it first blossom gave its name to coffee. It believed that coffee cultivation and drinking began as early as the 9th century in Ethiopia.

9th century

Khalid and his goat

The most famous story was that of the goat herd, Kaldi (who lived around 9th century) who observed his normally docile goats had suddenly behaved exceptionally lively, skipping, rearing and bleating loudly after eating the bright red berries from a shiny dark-leaved shrub nearby and that Kaldi tried a few berries himself and soon felt extraordinary, stimulated or a novel sense of elation

Now a day's

Ethiopian Ceremony 

Ethiopian coffee produces hard-type coffee beans, with intense flavors and aromatics. Fruit flavors are common in all regions, though the specific fruit character varies from region to region. Berry aromatics are relatively common, as are citrus and chocolate. Basically, Ethiopian coffee is organically produced and it is low yielding with highest cup quality.

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About Zedo Smart

Mission
Vision
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"Enjoy our rich, delightful and organic coffee." 

Contacts (South Korea)

Email: tesfatrading@naver.com
Phone: +8210-2924-9963
Address: JEONG RIM, 2-16, GYEONGAN-RO 67-GIL, GYEONGSAN-SI, GYEONGBUK-DO

Contacts (Adiss Ababa)

Email: zedosmarttrading@gmail.com
Phone 1:  +251 911 109559
Phone 2: +251 91 1303839
P.O.BOX: 16274, YEKA SUB CITY, WEREDA 12, HOUSE NO: 1115