Roaster: Mundos Roasting & Co
Farm: Various Smallholder farmers
Altitude: 1800-2200 masl
Tasting: White tea, peach, berry
Established in 2013 by Israel Degfa, this lot comes from the Boji washing station located in the woreda of Kochere in the Yirgacheffe region. Coffee grows at an altitude of 1800-2200 masl. The ripe cherry is picked, mechanically demucilaged and soaked for 48-60 hours to remove the remaining of the fruit. Parchment coffee is dried on African raised beds for 12-16 days. Boji is one of the primary coffee processing sites which is strategically situated to process incoming cherry from old growth coffee trees that have reached 25 years of age.
source: Mundos Roasting & Co