Buku Sayisa is one of the highest elevated coffee growing areas in Ethiopia with an altitude of 2,350 meters above sea level where this coffee is grown and prepared. The coffee farms are scattered with the coffee trees looking healthy and widespread. Farmers in the surrounding area (430 smallholder coffee producers in the Buku Sayisa Village) bring their red cherry by horses due to the uneven topography of the village.
This lot has been carefully prepared in a raised Dry African Bed which slots in the area of Buku, a District of Hambela Wamena in the broader Guji Zone. This coffee has been picked matured with strict supervision from the dry mill manager.
This Ethiopian coffee is berrylicious! With loads of berries on the first sip, you'll get a cranberry & stone fruit like sweetness, finish with lemon black tea finish. A must try for all Ethiopian coffee fans.
Brewing Recipe :
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26th of February 二月二十六號
Poi Yen C.
This light roast ground for filter has a citrusy spike with a nutty aftertaste. A nice cuppa to kickstart a busy day!
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