• All sweet and clean cup
• A little leathery and funky sweaty undertone
• Stone fruit
First time we have coffee from this washing station.
Every year we are on the look out for a great Natural, also called Dry Processed coffee in Ethiopia. After a long search we decided to buy less variants, but more of the same. Why? Because this Sasaba was a lot better than any other we cupped. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
At 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 350-400 drying-beds are present at the washing station.
The natural coffees are usually dried for 15-20 days.