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Coffee, Banko Gotiti- Yirgacheffe (Single Origin- Ethiopia)
Stamp Act Coffee
A stunning natural coffee from Ethiopia!
Banko Gotiti washing station is directly supported by smallholder farms, which grow their coffee either in semi-forest conditions (farmers pruning and tending to naturally growing coffee trees in forested area) or garden conditions (coffee trees cultivated and tended near a farmer’s residence). By sourcing exclusively from these farms, SNAP is able to create new opportunities for smallholder farmers whose coffee might not have been marketable as premium specialty coffee. Giving farmers access to state of the art processing through their washing stations creates value for farmers while building consistency and quality.
SNAP Coffee are licensed exporters, based in Addis Ababa. Headed by coffee passionate entrepreneur, Negusse, the company runs, or works in partnership, with three coffee washing and processing stations.
This coffee was imported by Collaborative Coffee Source.
Tasting Notes: Papaya, dried strawberry, clementine
Rich in body, sweetness and berries. If you liked strawberry milk as a kid, you will love this coffee!
Origin: Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
Producer: Dry mill & washing station owner: Eyasu Worasa
Altitude: 2000 - 2300 masl
Process: Sun-dried on raised beds for 22 days
Harvest: October - January