ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango
ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango
ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango
ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango
ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango

ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural - blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango

Normale prijs
€19,50
Aanbiedingsprijs
€19,50
Inclusief belasting
Hoeveelheid moet 1 of meer zijn
 

ETHIOPIA - Filter - Garse - Anaerobic natural

 

«Notes of blood orange, peach, chocolate, caramel, floral & mango » »

 

  • Producer DWD
  • Altitude 2060 m
  • Environment Mountainous
  • Species arabica
  • Varietal Heirloom
  • Harvest period November to January
  • Harvest type Manual
  • Process Natural Anaerobic
  • Drying African beds
  • PDF

 

ABOUT
The station of Garse is located on Yirgacheffe appellation, in the district of Gedeo. This station is located at an elevation of 2060 m ,where natural specialty coffees are processed. Coffee cherries come from Garse, Dobe Toga, and Wachile villages.

 

GARSE

It was built in 2011 by DWD company, to process high quality coffee. Cherries are brought to  the Garse station by farmers who are living on surrounding villages of Garse, Dobe Toga and Wachile. DWD is now working with 110 small producers. These farmers manage very well  in growing coffee ; these agricultural practices have been passed down from generation to generation since many years in this region.

 

THE STORY
OF THE PRODUCER

Mr Dukale was born in Bensa area of Sidama region from a coffee farming parents. At early age he was a sugarcane trader, shifted to boutique, and started collecting coffee from surrounding villages. In late 1980s he opened the first processing station of ‘’Awraja and his Families’’ in Daye Bensa. Awraja was his nick name literally meaning ‘’zone’’ by the time, as he was famous volley ball player representing his administrative area called Bensa Awraja/Zone of Sidama Province during the Derg Regime.

At this time he has around 16 coffee processing stations in Sidama, Gedeo and West Guji areas.

Sourced by: Belco

 

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)

Template-product

I drink
cups a day
We suggest 2 bags of 200 g size coffee every two weeks