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COFFEE

ETHIOPIA, ARSOSALA {ESPRESSO}

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Founded in 2015, the washing station Arsosala in Guji, Ethiopia is an important piece of infrastructure for about 1,200 small-hold farmers. Small-hold farming is prevalent in Ethiopia. Farmers deliver cherries to a nearby mill for processing. This is in contrast to countries like Colombia and Brazil where farms are, in general, larger and own the necessary processing equipment. While the station manager describes the varietals delivered as predominantly Bourbon, it is understood that these cherries are genetically distinct from the Bourbon of the Americas and categorically distinct from the brown liquid variety found in bottles in North America, ha ha. Coffees from Arsosala go through 48-72 hours of total fermentation and are dried on raised beds. This is a floral-focussed espresso with sweet stone fruits, light berries and dark chocolate. Works well with longer ratio brew recipes. This washed coffee is roasted for black espresso.

ROASTED FOR ESPRESSO BY ASSEMBLY

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