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Ethiopia Sidamo Bensa Shatawene Buncho Natural G1

Ethiopia Sidamo Bensa Shatawene Buncho Natural G1

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Production Area / SidamoBensa
Producer / Shatawene Buncho
Elevation / 2,260– 2,360 M
Variety / 74158
Level/ G1
Process / Natural Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
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Estate profile /
From 940 small farmers in St. Tavini Village.This plot is characterized by its dense vegetation and the altitude at which it is grown, which gives the coffee produced here a particularly rich and wonderful flavor. The ability to obtain such delicious coffee is entirely the work of Daye Bensa. Special congratulations are that Daye Bensa's beans won the second place in this year's 2022 Ethiopian COE bidding.

The founder, Asefa Dukamo, was born in a family of small farmers. As a farmer, he helped grow coffee since he was a child. Because of his eldest son, he worked very hard since he was a teenager, from helping his family and nearby neighbors with farm chores to cleaning people's shoes. There's no job he doesn't do.
At that time, the number of coffee processing plants was very small, and farmers had to travel long distances to the processing plants to sell their berries. Because he grew coffee at home, Asefa’s dream was to own a processing plant of his own.

It is worth mentioning that Sidamo’s coffee accounted for nearly half of the rankings (43.3%) in this year’s COE bidding, and 8 of the top 10 were coffee produced by Sidamo. In recent years, West Damo’s coffee has Damo has occupied an irreplaceable position in the Ethiopian specialty coffee market due to the quality and flavor of its coffee.
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