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The Barn
Nano Challa

Washed processing has helped capture the bright character of the terroir around Gera, Ethiopia. Expect flavours of nectarine, vanilla, yellow raisin, and jasmine in a refined and delicate profile

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.
*Any capsules labeled as a 'sale' item have a remaining shelf life of 2 to 8 months.


  • 10
  • 1 product left
  • Best before   2025-01-01
Coffee notes
  • Tasting Notes
    Jasmine, Nectarine, Vanilla
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

Nano Challa


Coffee details

The Barn

The Barn Coffee Roasters are one of the leading Specialty Coffee Roasters in Europe and represent the Specialty Coffee Movement at the highest level in Germany since 2010. Their vision and focus has always been about making coffee better and not compromising on good quality, and a true testament to why their coffees are served and brewed by many coffee shops and home brewers across the globe.

  • Type
    Single Origin
  • Processing
  • Origin
  • Varietal
    Ethiopian Heirloom
  • Roast level
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Long Black, Iced Coffee
  • Others
    Amongst large tracts of pristine forest, coffee trees grow wild and are tended to by the Nano Challa Cooperative. With support from NGO Technoserve, the farmers have been able to elevate the quality of their coffee and receive consistently high premiums. Nano Challa is a stunning example of Ethiopian terroir, with a luscious flavour we enjoy season after season.

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Brew Mode: Ceremony

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