Bale Mountain, Ethiopia
Growing at highlands of southeastern Ethiopia, the green beans are of bluish colour which indicate top quality and gives a well noted distinctive cup characteristics of strawberries, nectar, lemon balm, peach and also mixed chocolate and juiciness of naturally dried.
Origin | Arsi-Bale Mountains Belt, Oromia, Ethiopia
Farm | Munessa Village
Varietal | Heirloom
Elevation | 1,950 - 2,200 masl
Process | Natural, sun-dried
Cupping Score | 86
Notes | Strawberry, papaya, lemon balm, tea-like, floral hint
The farm is Located under Arsi-Bale Mountains belt, which forms the southeastern Ethiopian Highlands of above 3,000 masl. The farm is planted from 1,800-2,100 masl, though the land continues up to the mountain all the way to 2,200 masl, where there is a nature reserve home to birds and animals. The farm is surrounded by two big rivers which goes to Wabe Shebelle River and Forest Mountains. The farm considers environmental and sustainability coffee production code of conduct and benefiting community surrounding the farm. All the farm is covered by shade grown and protected trees which was a high role on water conservation and soil fertility enrichment act and environmentally friend. The coffee collected from the farm was very attractive, dense, uniform, and extremely super in quality of taste.
Intensive cherry selection were done by hand picking. Cherries are dried on African raised bed drying table for 18 - 22 days inside farm and milled in Mokonisa Bulga dry mill of Kerchanshe coffee trading mills.
The farm engaged in social responsibility activities like local road construction, nursery establishment and free distribution of best varieties and school building.