Limu Kosa (also spelled Limmu Kossa) is a family-owned coffee farm that has been growing coffee for over 40 years. They are committed to producing high-quality specialty coffee in an environmentally- and socially-sustainable way. It is the largest family-owned coffee farm in Jimma Zone of the Oromia Regional state of Ethiopia.
Limu Kosa has 356 hectares of coffee farms growing Ethiopian heirloom coffee varieties. The coffee grows between 1800 and 2200 meters above sea level under forest shade. These two factors help the beans develop slower, becoming more dense and flavorful as a result.
Cherries are processed on the farm at two environmentally-friendly wet coffee mills and one eco-mill equipped for both wet and dry processing. The farm also has a honey production operation consisting of more than 107 modern beehives, and has various social programs to support its workers and nearby farming communities.