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This fantastic coffee was collectively grown on Lot #7 by The Kata Muduga Union which utilizes the Nano Genji Washing Station to depulp, wash, and dry their cherries. The Kata Muduga Union was started by Asnake Nigat in August 2016. The Union has since grown to 39 members who have been utilizing the renowned Nano Challa washing station. But in the last few years, they have outgrown Nano Challa station and now utilize the Nano Genji, the sister washing station to Nano Challa. It was constructed in 2020 to keep up with the specialty coffee production and processing in Agaro Jimma. Lot #7 is located at 2,200 MASL in the Jimma zone. Cherries are harvested at peak ripeness and are transferred same day to Nano Genji where they’re depulped and washed mechanically through new, state of the art demucialgers which clean and wash the depulped ripe cherries. Instead of being transferred to drying stations, these washed cherries are then soaked (again) in fresh water for 12 hours, which further cleans the coffee and adds the peach-like acidity described in the flavor notes. Once soaking has completed, the cherries are hoisted onto raised beds to dry, and periodically covered with additional mesh netting so as to not dry the cherries too quickly.

Currant

Tamarind

Papaya

Type

Single Origin

Origin

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Jimma, Ethiopia

Roast

Medium-Light

Species

Arabica

Varieties

Ethiopian Landrace

Process

Washed

Altitude

1800-2200m

Producer

Kata Muduga Union

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