DOOMSCROLL, Natural, Ethiopia – Filter

£15.00£52.00

Cup: Lavender, Mango, Peach, Tropical Fruit, Red Currant, Violets, Sweet & Long Finish
Origin: Bensa, Ethiopia
Farmer: Keramo Village (279 Daye Bensa member farmers)
Varietal: Heirloom
Process: Natural
Altitude: 2,100 – 2,200 MASL
Importer: Falcon

Brewing: A very floral, fruity and sweet coffee, we recommend as filter but also suitable for espresso.

For best results we recommend purchasing whole bean and grinding fresh before brewing. If you don’t have a grinder, we can grind to your preferred brewing method prior to shipping.

SHIPPING & DISPATCH:

We roast Tuesday to Thursday. Orders are shipped every Thursday. Orders must be placed by midnight on Monday for same week dispatch. We ship via Royal Mail first class.

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Description

This is a very high scoring Ethiopian coffee, reaching 89pts/100 due to its complexity of flavour, fruity and floral acidity and very long finish.

This coffee is a micro-lot from the Keramo area and is called “Duwancho” because of its incredibly fruity cup profile, named after a fruit found in the area.
279 Daye Bensa member farmers from the Keramo village area contributed cherry to make this lot. This lot, like many of the microlots produced by Daye Bensa, are small, limited productions, enabling them to really hone in on quality over volume.
As soon as the coffee is received at the washing station it gets sorted in floatation tanks for quality and density. Floaters (under ripes) are separated from the ripe cherries. The ripe cherry is then moved to African raised beds and dried from 13-15 days. The coffee is turned on the beds every 15 minutes to ensure drying is uniform, resulting in very consistent quality within the lot.
Daye Bensa is very much a community-focussed business that aims to deliver additional bonus payment to the farmers based on the volume they contribute to their station micro-lots, and they reward consistency in both volume and quality to their farmers year after year.
Traceability is extremely important during the production of micro lots. The record-keeping book is carefully handled, and separation of lots is key to guaranteeing the highest level of quality. When the cherries are received, they are separated by village, the coffee is then kept separate throughout drying, processing, and storage, with labels stating the delivery dates, farm name, lot number, and more details related to the particular lot. They also run an out-growers program that benefits farmers with an off-season payment on top of the harvest fee and have been active in working to improve the farmers’ living situations and standards, with healthcare access, utilities, education and transport infrastructure. Additionally, Daye Bensa are working with the school principals in the villages surrounding the farms, providing basic school materials for the students.

Additional information

Weight .025 kg
Dimensions 18.5 × 16.5 × 5.2 cm
Weight

250g, 1KG

Wholebean or Ground

Wholebean, Ground for Espresso, Ground for Mocha Pot, Ground for Drip Filter, Ground for French Press