Light - Roasted light to preserve the delicate floral notes and organic acids, this coffee is juicy and zingy!
Fully Washed - Soaked, pulped and graded in washing channels and again soaked in clean water before being dried on raised African beds
Heavy floral notes dominate the cup with apricot, black tea, honey, bergamot and peach coming through depending on the brew mwethod
65% of Ethiopia’s coffee growing area is located within the Oromia region, with around 150,000 tons a year produced across 88 regions within 13 regions.
Where research has been done on what are collectively known as heirloom coffees in Ethiopia, distinct varieties have been labelled with a numbering system more recently replaced with a name more local to where the plant was identified. Plants would be observed in the wild forests for distinct characteristics (such as disease resistance) and if not already listed, recorded. The first two digits represent the year in which it was discovered, the last three referring to the sample number.
The wet mill uses the local river for water to move beans through the depulper to the fermentation tanks, where the coffee remains for 36-48 hours before being cleaned again and moved to the drying tables for 10 days. The facilities here provide 14 tanks for fermentation and two soaking tanks for floating the beans when they come in so that they can maintain a constant flow of beans - and therefore maintain quality during busy harvest times.