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Ethiopia / Guji, Ye Genet

Processing
Natural
Harvest
Sep 2017 - Feb 2018
Altitude
1950 - 2250 m
Variety
Heirloom
Scoring
88.25
Weight
Quantity
€12,00
Maximum quantity available reached.

Farmer: Mr. Tsegaye Hagos

Taste notes: honey, lime, jasmine, cloudberries

For the past five years, we have been working alongside Mr. Tsegaye Hagos – owner of the Sasaba washing station. Tsegaye is known for being one of the most consistent people in producing high-quality Guji’s. After his successes at Sasaba, he invested in a new supply chain in Genet and established the Ye Genet washing station. Tsegaye attracted the best coffee smallholders in the area. This particular coffee area was found by people from the Gedeo woreda, that left their homes in Yirgacheffe. They wanted to obtain more farmland, so they were drawn to the spacious Hambela Wamena woreda. Using their acquired coffee growing experience, they established an improved farming system – that clearly set them apart from their peers in Gedeo. The farmers pick fully ripe cherries; a practice our agronomist has never seen elsewhere in Ethiopia, at least not in such a consistent way. Farmers work with the same varieties and use a systematic farming system to produce more uniform beans. The conditions in the surrounding area are also excellent. Fertile red-brown soil that is rich in iron. Young and vital coffee trees. And astonishing altitudes that surpass 2000 m.a.s.l. Tsegaye gives smallholders financial incentives to deliver good cherries. He also initiates social projects that improve conditions in the area. For instance, the construction of a school building for the children of the coffee community.