This coffee was produced by Fikadu Abayneh, the owner of Kanketi Coffee export. The company was founded by his father, and Fikadu grew up in Yirgacheffe, immersed in coffee his entire life. As the second-generation leader of the family business, Fikadu has a new vision and is exploring ways to improve the business and the livelihoods of the farmers it serves.?
This mill was established six years ago and Haru is the name of the small village where the washing station is located. The Haru area is famous for producing quality and is located in the heart of Yirgacheffe.?
Kanketi buys freshly harvested red coffee cherries from the smallholder farmers living around the wet mill. They use an Agaarde Discpulper to remove the skin and fruit and grade the beans, after which the parchment is fermented underwater up to 78 hours, washed and graded again in channels before it¡¦s carefully dried on raised beds.
This washed coffee makes a clean & delicate cuppa. You'll get the lovely aromatics of lemongrass and stonefruit fruity qualities, refreshing citrusy brightness and finish with a cocoa aftertaste. A lovely after lunch cuppa to enjoy in the afternoon.
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31st of January
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