|Tasting Notes||Silky, elderflower and cherry.|
|Growing Region||Shakisso, Guji, Oromai|
In Shakisso the average farm size is 2.5 hectares and production is diverse with coffee grown alongside other food crops such as corn, grains and false banana - of which the roots are eaten. Coffee plants are grown amongst shade trees to promote a balanced ecosystem for sustainable production. The Gigesa Washing Station is used by around 850 producers to process their coffee cherry. Processing involves fermenting underwater in tanks for 48 hours before being washed clean of its mucilage and dried on raised beds.
|Brand||Clark St Coffee|