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Papaya. Pineapple. Orange.

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Origin: Bensa, Sidama, Ethiopia 
Roast: Espresso
Producer: Tariku Coffee Farms
Altitude: 1900 - 2150 Meters 
Varietal: Mixed Heirloom
Process: Natural 

Our final Ethiopian Coffee release before receiving the new season crop is a fruit bomb: Papaya and pineapple are dominant cup flavours, supported by orange notes and a juicy acidity.   

Bombe natural was produced by Tariku Coffee farms. Located in the prestigious Sidama region that is known for distinct cup profiles. Coffees are sweet and balanced, with spicy, winey notes and structured acidity.

The Cup

The Sidama region is known for its uniquely fruity cup profiles. In this naturally processed lot, papaya and pineapple are dominant in the cup, supported by sweet orange notes and a juicy acidity. As it cools, delicate spice and a wine-like quality appears.

About The Farm

This coffee was produced by one of the Tariku Coffee Farms. The privately owned producers started in 2011 with sites in Bensa/ Sidama and in Werka/West Arsi at high altitudes around 2000 meters.

Tariku Coffee engages in social responsibilities by investing back into their community. Work opportunities are generated for the local citizens, especially women, and social welfare. They employ 20 permanent employees and 600 workers.

Tarku Kare claims to donate part of the earnings to charity by supplying school materials to children from low-income families and offering financial help to the families. Additionally, Tariku offers training at the farm to help farmers achieve great quality coffee in order to incentivise the production of specialty, and they have as well created a platform for local growers to help them retail their products at the national level.

The Process

Our coffee was harvested in the season that finished picking in January 2022, practicing selective hand picking to achieve the greatest quality in the cup. The varietal is indigenous heirloom, which is planted on fertile, red-brown, well-drained soil. The screen size of these beans is 14+.

Coffees are processed as Grade 1 naturals. Slow drying and the general high level of raw materials are key drivers why this coffee held up so exceptionally well.

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