Quince, Apricot, Yogurt, Smooth Body
Producer Takele Mamo
Exporter Konga Trading PLC
Arabica Varietal Heirloom
Altitude of the farm 1700 – 2200 masl
Roast Profile light
Suited for All kind of filter brews
The coffee story
Konga Trading, an organic certified producer and processor, uses the latest version of eco-friendly wet mill.
The cherries collected from the farmers are put in a density separator to remove damaged and immature cherries on arrival. The selected ones are taken to the pulper where the skin and mucilage are removed. Then the pulped cherries, i.e. the parchment will be taken to the raised beds where it will be allowed to dry for about a week in a layer of about 5cm thick. The thickness of this level is believed to avoid parchment cracks to maintain the beans quality which are inside the parchment.
When the moisture level is between 10-12% it will be moved to a warehouse and allowed to breath for about three days. Then the parchment coffee is put into a jute bag and will be moved to Addis Ababa where the final processing is done.