Ethiopian Harrar green coffee beans comes from the Oromia region, which was formerly known as “Harrar.” It is one of the three main regions where coffee is grown in Ethiopia. The Oromia region is east of the capital, Addis Ababa, and is dotted with small farms. It has a heavy body and flavor that is marked with berry tastes, including blackberry and blueberry. The smell is a combination of earthiness, fruit and chocolate and it is often compared to a dry wine. In Ethiopia, coffee is often consumed daily in a practice referred to as “coffee ceremony.” It is considered a time where loved ones can get together and chat.