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Ethiopia Kochere Boji - OMNI Roast
Ethiopia Kochere Boji - OMNI Roast

Ethiopia Kochere Boji - OMNI Roast

TASTING NOTES

Strawberry
Cherry
Chocolate

Roasters Notes:
Back for its third season with us and tasting better than ever! A classic fruit driven natural processed coffee, balanced and sweet, makes a juicy lighter espresso.

COUNTRY - Ethiopia
REGION - Kochere, Yirgacheffe
ALTITUDE - 1900 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Heirloom Yirgacheffe varietal
PROCESSING METHOD - Sundried  Natural
Boji is a privately owned washing station in Kochere, named after the kebele where it is located. Kochere is a sub-region of Ethiopia’s famous Yirgacheffe coffee producing area.
They process Washed, Honey and Natural, have a great shade drying facility, and they use clean river water for the washing.
The site managers are Lema and Meskel, they haveextensive experience and the site is very well managed. 
At the Boji washing station, fully ripe cherry is submitted to the mill, where the coffee is de-pulped, fermented in concrete tanks for 48 hours and dried on raised beds.
Commonly in Yirgacheffe coffee producers pick and sell their coffee to washing stations that are within walking distance from their farms. These producers grow heirloom varieties and practice the “coffee garden” production techniques that are common throughout Ethiopia.


COFFEE DETAILS

COUNTRY - Ethiopia
REGION - Kochere, Yirgacheffe
ALTITUDE - 1900 M.A.S.L
VARIETAL - Heirloom Yirgacheffe varietal
PROCESSING METHOD - Sundried  Natural

ABOUT THIS COFFEE

Boji is a privately owned washing station in Kochere, named after the kebele where it is located. Kochere is a sub-region of Ethiopia’s famous Yirgacheffe coffee producing area.
They process Washed, Honey and Natural, have a great shade drying facility, and they use clean river water for the washing.
The site managers are Lema and Meskel, they haveextensive experience and the site is very well managed. 
At the Boji washing station, fully ripe cherry is submitted to the mill, where the coffee is de-pulped, fermented in concrete tanks for 48 hours and dried on raised beds.
Commonly in Yirgacheffe coffee producers pick and sell their coffee to washing stations that are within walking distance from their farms. These producers grow heirloom varieties and practice the “coffee garden” production techniques that are common throughout Ethiopia.


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