Laidrey Roasters Coffee Bags Limmu Kossa, Washed — Ethiopia
Laidrey Roasters Coffee Bags Limmu Kossa, Washed — Ethiopia
Laidrey Roasters Coffee Bags Limmu Kossa, Washed — Ethiopia
Laidrey Roasters Coffee Bags Limmu Kossa, Washed — Ethiopia featuring notes of caramel, peach, and butter
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Rwanda Gashura

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Coffee plantations in the Gasharu region benefit from their proximity to the continuous of Nyungwe National Park. They get a good amount of rainfall to make the cherries juicier and the coffee fruity. The cherries selected for this lot are collected at altitudes between 1700 m and 2100 m. These beans undergo intense sorting at the pre-drying tables, floating and are later dried on the raised wooden beds for 4-6 weeks. Once dried, the coffee is well kept and stored in good conditions before being hulled and sorted by well-trained women and then packed in GrainPro and Jute bags for export. This selection includes tasting notes of vanilla, peach, and cream.

Bag Size: 12 oz

Tasting Notes: Vanilla, Peach, Cream

Altitude: 1,600-2,100 masl

Average climate: Good weather, Enough rainfall and medium temperature

Story Behind the Farm:

Coffee plantations in the Gasharu region benefit from their proximity to the continuous of Nyungwe National Park. They get a good amount of rainfall to make the cherries juicier and the coffee fruity.

The cherries selected for this lot are collected at altitudes between 1700 m and 2100 m. When they are received at the washing station they are sorted and floated to ensure consistent and good density beans are separated from the others. These beans undergo intense sorting at the pre-drying tables, floating and are later dried on the raised wooden beds for 4-6 weeks.

Once dried, the coffee is well kept and stored in good conditions before being hulled and sorted by well-trained women and then packed in GrainPro and Jute bags for export. The processing at the washing station is carried out by young coffee farmers and the sorting on tables by slightly older coffee farmers, mainly women, providing them with more income.