This coffee is from Gersi Kebele, a small area around the Naga Singage mountain. “The mountain is a place where reconciliation ceremonies, called ‘Songo’ are performed.” “Historically, the community would climb the Naga Singage mountain to seek, consult and resolve village issues through the Gedeo elders. …The Gedeo people believe that the blessing of elders is needed to succeed in life. Besides blessings, the elders have authority to curse; with bad luck as a result.” The harvested cherries are transported to the Aricha washing station. Some of you may recognize the name Aricha, as a number of exceptional coffees coming from this region receive the washing station name, instead of the smaller village designation. In the cup we found a number of stone fruits, but decided specifically on plum and peach. In addition look for notes of honey, melon (maybe watermelon), and florality. Enjoy.
No reviews yet. Be the first with the Good Fika app.