Processing station: Bombe
Altitude: 2200 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Heirloom (indigenous varieties)
Processing: dry fermentation
Taste profile: jasmine, bergamot, black tea, honey cake, apricots
Imagine the high mountain county called Bombe, its lush green vegetation, and amongst it, the indigenous varieties of Ethiopian coffee trees. Here, farmers cultivate their small fields and hand-pick the results of their labor to take to a processing station. It gives them a fair price and processes their coffee cherries in a progressive and environmentally friendly way.
This is exactly how this coffee is grown and processed using a somewhat unconventional dry fermentation method. Thanks to this, what you can find in your cup is