Prune, Butter Fudge, Dark Chocolate

Damo possesses a distinct character, unfolding with a subtle note of prune that seamlessly merges acidity and sweetness. With every sip, a buttery smoothness caresses your palate, offering a delightful mouthfeel. The finish unveils a lingeringsweetness like rich butterfudge, with a clear aftertaste of dark chocolate.

Washing Station  Daye Bensa
Region  Sidamo, Shanta Golba Mountain
Process  Natural
Arabica Varietal  Heirloom
Roast profile  light
Suited for  Filter brews of all kinds

Available sizes:

Soldout 22.50


Your beans are vacuum-sealed and shipped in our subscription packaging. It is fully recyclable, reduces waste and best of all: only CHF 1.85 shipping, which is included in the total price already.

Whole beans only. All coffee bags are shipped separately for packaging purposes.
If you buy other products on top and want to receive only one parcel, choose the regular version of 250g, 500g or 1000g.



About the farm

Damo Station can be found on the slopes of Shanta Golba Mountain; situated in Sidamo Province, southern Ethiopia. Itsources ripe cherries from nearby farms and processes them in a variety of different ways. The station itself provides jobsfor around 100 people and is the main source of income for local farmers during harvest season.

Close to 400 smallholders contributed cherries to this lot, all of whom have farms between 2-5 hectares in size. During the2022-23 harvest season, farmers were paid 70-80 Ethiopian Birr per kilo, with an additional off-season payment of 3-5 Birr per kilo. Daye Bensa (producer & exporter) is very much a community-focused company, working actively toimprove farmer’s living conditions, provide their families with access to healthcare, education and develop transportinfrastructure in nearby villages.

This is a natural process coffee. Cherries are sorted based on quality and density by floating in large water tanks. After floatation, the cherries are then transferred to African raised beds with mesh nets. The coffee is rotated every half hour foreven dryness and to help control fermentation. The average drying time takes about 2 weeks based on the temperature and humidity. The dried cherries are then stored in warehouses for further flavour development.