Ethiopia – Hambela Wamena – Honey Processed

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Ethiopia – Mohamed Ali – Botto Village – Jimma Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Fully Washed Washed

Country:

Ethiopia

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Region/Location:

East Guji, Oromia

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Farm/Cooperative/Label:

Hambella Wamena

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Producer:

Various smallholders

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Varietal:

Mixed Heirloom Vareitals

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Process:

Honey Processed

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Altitude:

2100 – 2300 Meter

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Grade:

Grade 1

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Certificate:

No Certificate

Brazil – Sítio Bela Vista – Noel Isaías – Minas Gerais Coffee Direct Trade Espresso Fair2Farmer Filter Natural

Aroma and flavor profile: Jasmine, Black Tea, Butter, Creamy, Floral, Milk Chocolate, Passion Fruit, Strawberry, Sweet.

Ethiopia Hambela Wamena Honey Processed additional information.

 

This Ethiopia Hambela Wamena Honey Processed lot gets its name from Hambela Wamena, in the Oromia region of southern Ethiopia. It is made up of coffee from 90-130 growers whose farms, of typically 3-5ha, are situated on loamy to clay soil at 2,100-2,300 meters. The coffee is grown under semi-shade alongside other cash crops such as enset (false banana), barley, maize, beans and peas.

Only the fully ripe red cherries are selected for this Ethiopia Hambela Wamena Honey Processed, before delivery to the washing station. Honey process was selected because the coffee of this area has a unique taste profile which is enhanced by this method. After processing, the residues are converted into fertiliser which is distributed back to the growers to improve the soil condition.

Mekdes Bogale, the owner of the washing station, has implemented various social projects such as road construction and providing much-needed credit services to the growers ahead of harvest. There are also plans to improve the site – expanding operations as well as experimenting with and implementing different processing techniques.

Visit the Hambella Wamena Coffee Exporter facebook page, the exporter of this Ethiopia Hambela Wamena Honey Processed coffee, for more information.

 

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