Gedeb Woreda (zone) is a known secret among coffee professionals who know Ethiopia well. Bordering with Yirgacheffe, to its South, it’s name – high altitude gold – definitely fits; at first we thought the “gold” refers to their spectacular coffee but, after visiting the place ourselves, we learnt (and agreed) that it actually refers to the cheerful and proud local people. 800 farmers, from a radius of 15 Km, bring their fruit to the station which – at peak season – employs 500 local workers. Yes, the exact same farm – a different processing method! The same Worka Wuri Station coffee beans are processed in a ‘wet’ process (peeling, soaking and sorting in water) and receive the highest quality sorting grade that highlights distinct floral flavor nuances. The result – a more refined coffee with a taste of black tea, jasmine and peach.