"Hofsha" was originally a village name in the town of Ethiopia, the smallest level of the four local administrative regions. In fact, it is next to the west of the downtown area of Jerzyro.
The Hefsha Cooperative was established as early as 1975. It is Ethiopia's first wave of cooperative pioneers. The source of coffee berries in the Hervea Cooperative Processing Plant is mainly from the village of Herv Sha.
The hillside is located in the west of the treatment plant, with altitudes ranging from 1,850 meters to a maximum of 2,100 meters. The location of the two regional coffee gardens is very good both in elevation and in the direction of the slope, and this also constitutes a cooperative production, the basic conditions of excellent green coffee beans.
The Hovsha Cooperative joined the Yekas Filf Small Farmers Cooperative Alliance in 2013 (YCFCU, Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union), and at the same time obtain "organic" and "fair trade" certification.
The Hovsha Cooperative cooperates with local small farmers in Yirgacheffe to adopt planting techniques and crops such as bananas. Interplanted and planted, planted with all hand and organic fertilizers, and controlled pests and diseases in a natural way to ensure ecological protection. This makes the taste of coffee purer & clean.
This Ethiopian coffee gives a big wow factor. With vibrant fruitiness of big sweet ripe mango & peach aromatics, very juicy like mandarin orange juice & hints of chocolate finish. Definitely a memorable Ethiopian coffee!