Welichu Wachu Industry PLC supports farmers by increasing their access to new technologies, seedling varieties, agronomical support and more. Producers cultivate coffee on small plots typically 0.5 to 3 hectares total. Their farm altitudes of 2,100 meters above sea level and higher provide excellent conditions for producing dense, sweet cherry.
After selective handpicking, ripe, red cherry is collected and visually inspected to remove any underripe or overripes. Cherry is placed on drying beds where workers continuously rake drying cherry to promote uniform drying. Drying takes approximately 9 to 12 days. Dry cherry is transported tAddis Ababa where is it dry milled and prepared for export.
This is a rare bourbon & typica variety that you can find in Ethiopian coffee. Super fruity & refreshing cuppa, with loads of fruitiness of cherries & apricot notes, brightness of kamquat that makes a great afternoon coffee to keep the day going.
Brewing Recipe :
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12th of June
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