Single Origin - Ethiopia Mother Station Washed is grown and harvested in Bombe, Sidama, a place known for its rich vegetation and climate. The coffee is produced by local farmers and processed at the Qonqana washing station, named for a river that passes through the area. The washing station was the first and largest built by Daye Bensa Coffee. Being one of the first in the area, the washing station is often referred to as "The Mother Station" by locals.
This single origin is bright, expressive and has a juicy body and lasting sweetness. This coffee is a very classic washes Sidama with notes of lime, orange blossom, honey, and black tea. Mill owners make use of environmentally friendly de-pulping and pressurized sorting machinery. They also compost and have a dedicated waste water treatment.
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