This exceptional Natural Process coffee was dry milled and exported by Primrose, PLC. The coffee was grown by smallholder farmers living around thekebele(town) of Gomoro in the Oromia Region.
Most contributing farmers own less than a hectare of land, and they grow coffee simply as a backyard cash crop. Primrose S.P. PLC, is a stakeholder in the supplier washing station and works directly with them to control for quality and cultural practices on the farm. Income from coffee is important but minimal for most farmers due to the small size of their farms. As such, inputs are minimal – most coffee grown in the region is 100% organic, though not certified, as farmers simply don’t have the money to apply chemical fertilisers, pesticides or herbicides. Primrose ensures that there are agricultural officers who work closely with each farmer to ensure the fertility of the farm land. In fact, soon the wet mill and surrounding farmers will also be RFA and UTZ certified.
Coffee is selectively hand-picked before being delivered to the mill collection points, usually within 5 km of the producer’s homes. At least once a day, the collected coffee cherry is delivered to the mill, where it is floated and then placed on raised beds, to be dried as well as sorted by hand. Great care is taken upon delivery to separate out any overripe, under ripe or damaged bean. Once sorted, the cherry will remain on the beds for around 15 to 20 days; until the cherry has reached the ideal moisture content. Next, the dried cherry will be milled in this case at Guji Uraga, before being transported to Primroses dry mill and warehouse in Addis Ababa city. Here coffee is often milled again to remove foreign material, remaining parchment, and defected beans; ready for export.
This Natural coffee is super juicy with lots of strawberry notes. You'll get recognisable honeycomb sweetness & earl grey finish. A thick juicy cup that's perfect for a morning cup.
Brewing Recipe :
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22nd of September 九月二十二號
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Woon man L.
I have never been disppointed by Artisan's coffees, so does this Ethiopia Gomoro Adola, you can taste the strawberry acidity and sweeteness lingering in the mouth. I used it to make coldbrew so the body is not very like tea as I let it immersed over 10hrs.
My husband n I love this bean very much. Nice aroma, smooth n good taste with milk. I'm wish the new batch for my next order
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