Flavour Notes: Berries, caramel, bergamot
Producer: Various smallholders
Washing Station: Uraga
Region: Guji, Oromia
Harvested: November - January
Altitude: 2250 - 2300 MASL
Coffee cherries that arrive at the Uraga washing station are grown mostly by 'garden farmers' meaning they are produced on very small farms (often less than 1/2 a hectare) and grown along side other crops such as corn, barely and wheat. Farmers deliver their ripe cherries to the mill, where they are sorted and graded with grea care. After pulping they are fermented for 36-48 hours before being washed and placed on raised beds to dry for 10-12 days, being turned every 2-3 hours to ensure even drying.
So much pride and care goes into producing coffee from this region of Ethiopia and it shows in the cup. We are always grateful to be able to serve coffee from this magical part of the world.
***We roast coffee fresh each Monday, if stock has sold out we will ship the following roast day. To ensure same day dispatch select 'roasters choice' and we will send you epic coffee that is in stock.