Burtukaana, Guji, Ethiopia – Natural Heirloom
– “An outstanding lot of Ethiopian Heirloom from the celebrated Siko washing station located in the highlands of Guji”.
This lot comes from a washing station named Siko. Located in the Siko village of Uraga, Guji, this washing station produces quality cup profiles and high-scoring lots. The station buys cherries from around 500 neighbouring farmers, whose farms sit at high altitudes of 2100 – 2250 masl. The land’s rich, fertile, red soils, combined with constant sunlight exposure, allow the well-trained farmers to grow high quality coffee we keep coming back for. In the Oromiffa language, “burtukaana” means “orange” which in a way represents the flavour profile of this incredible coffee. We have heard a lot in the past about Siko and the time has finally come to purchase our first of many lots to come from this highly acclaimed and regarded for its quality washing station.
- Origin: Ethiopia
- Process: Natural
- Variety: Heirloom
- Tasting Notes: Watermelon, papaya, jasmine
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