Yirgacheffe is arguably the most well-known coffee-producing region, and rightfully so. Its coffees are full of sweetness, balance, and depth, and this lot is no exception! After its harvest from November to January, the beans are taken to the family-owned Koke washing station. Approximately 96 small holder producers deliver cherry to Koke, many of whom are multi-generational farming families.
These grade-1 beans are harvested at roughly 2000m and made up entirely of the Ethiopian Heirloom varietal. After it is naturally-processed, the beans are laid out to sun-dry on raised beds.