TÈT āndi laye
Varietals: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Catimor
Notes: Slightly sweet, nutty, chocolate, vanilla, cherry and apricot
Processed: Hand processed - Wet-processed
The word TÈT āndi laye is a combination of Haitian Creole and Amharic.
TÈT (Meaning head in Haitian Creole) and āndi laye (Together in Amharic)
The combination of the two words derived from the Haitian saying of Tet Ansam - Together we can go far.