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Hymm Notes: Blackberry, Milk Chocolate, Plum, Honey

Varietals: Kurume, Dega, and Wolisho

Elevation: 1,800 masl

Processing Method: Natural

Region: Sidamo

Producer: Smallholder Farmers                   


We recommend brewing on a pour-over at 203°-205°, and enjoy every sip. Incredibly sweet and complex, you'll find notes of dark berries, milk chocolate, and plum. 

In the southern region of Ethiopia, farmers pick coffee selectively, harvesting only ripe cherries individually by hand. Pickers rotate among the trees every eight to ten days, choosing only the cherries which are at peak ripeness. Natural processed coffee is transferred directly to raised drying beds. The ripe cherries are turned constantly as they dry in the sun. 


Acacia is prepped for export at Tracon Trading’s coffee cleaning and storage plant on 30,000 sq meters of land in Addis Ababa. The plant is equipped with modern Pinhalense coffee processing machines and a Buhler Z+ color sorter. The machine has the capacity of processing six tons per hour.  All the processing jobs are mechanical and electronic including final hand picking on conveyor belts. The six storage silos of the plant have a capacity of accommodating about 15,000 metric tons of coffee at a time. The warehouses are clean, with ample lighting and ventilation, which are very ideal for keeping the quality of the coffee.

Bean Attitudes

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