Ethiopia, Wolichu Wachu Varietal: Bourbon, Typica Process: Natural Altitude: 2100 - 2300 masl — Founded in 2017 the Wolichu Wachu washing station serves around 4500 smallholders. These farmers are from in and around the town of Haro Wachu have an average growing area of half a hectare. Delivering their harvest to the station in cherry form. After the coffee is weighed and the producer paid it is sorted and processed. According to the manager of the washing station, 90% of the coffee is bourbon and 10% typica. Though these are unrelated to the coffee varietals of the same name common in central and South America. In Ethiopia, these words are used colloquially to describe certain coffee-berry-disease-resistant cultivars. Caramel mouthfeel with red apple acidity with apricot and floral notes.
Deep State Blues 250g Wolichu Wachu Ethiopia Caramel mouthfeel w/ red apple