Jasmin, Molasses, Stone Fruit
At the Sasaba washing station, the red cherries are produced in the area surrounding the washing station and are collected from late September until December. Cherries are processed on site and fermented for about 48-72 hours before they are placed on the drying beds for around 7-8 days. About 360-400 drying beds are present at the washing station. The smallholder farmers that sell their cherries to the Sasaba washing station (the exact number of farmers selling their coffee to Sasaba is not known) usually own around 10 to 15 coffee trees that are grown on clay soil. As well as coffee they grow subsistence crops of like maize, sorghum and peas.
Origin: Sidamo, Guji region, Oromia zone
Process: Washed, sun dried on raised beds
Varietal: Mixed Heirloom
Within NL 1-2 bags is €3,30
More then 2 bags is €6,50
We also ship to BE, DE, UK, SP, FR, IT
The cost vary for international shipping, they will be calculated at the checkout.