November 02, 2020
The Durame Village of Kembata, Ethiopia, sits 2,100 meters above sea level, just east of the capital, Adis Ababa. With extremely fertile soil, it’s ideal for growing exceptional coffee beans. Each year, from November to January, Ethiopian heirloom varietals are harvested to create Ethiopia Natural Kembata.
The farmers have introduced a 36- to 48-hour fermentation process inside a wet mill, prior to drying the beans under the sun in raised beds. The cherries dry for 15 to 21 days before they are ready. When you pour your first Ethiopia Natural Kembata, you’ll discover a complex cup with notes of blackberry, dark chocolate and jam.
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