Expect a buttery cup with notes of citrus and earl grey tea. It's a morning must have! Splendid as a filter and elegantly punchy in a moka pot!
Typical to Ethiopia, the farmers own an average of 1-2 hectare of land with between 1800 to 2400 trees planted on fertile soil. Thanks to the nutrient packed red soil, the trees in this region produce high yield averaging about 3kg per tree.
Coffee cherries were handpicked and sorted before transporting to the washing station. They were then pulped and fermented for 48 hours. The seeds are then washed, graded by density and then soaked in water for another 2 hours followed by drying on raised beds for about 10 days.
Uraga Raro Washing Station
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