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Aklilu

Strawberry, Banana, Milk Choc



Original price €10,00 - Original price €38,00
Original price
€10,00
€10,00 - €38,00
Current price €10,00

Producer

Aklilu Kassathe

Location

Ethopia, Guji Zone, Oromia

Process

Natural

Variety

Heirloom

Elevation

1800-2200 MASL

Brew Advice


Espresso
In: 19.7g
Out: 42g
Time: 28 Seconds

Milky Espresso
In: 20g
Out: 36g
Time: 27

V60
Coffee In: 17g
Water In: 255g
Time: 2.30-3.00 minutes

Nardos Coffee Exporting

Nardos Coffee Exporting company is a third generation family- business organization, tracing its coffee heritage back to the 1960s when the family began the coffee farming at specific locality, known as Guji Zone, Oromia. where currently the best quality coffee of Guji is outsourced. Nardos exports annually on average about 2,000 tons of washed and natural coffee of specialty and mainstream worldwide. Nardos owns its own family coffee 152 hectares farm with 2069 out-growers. Which supports more than 12,000 families having over 3,500 hectares of coffee farms in Guji zone which has Organic, RFA, UTZ, Fair TSA and C.A,F.E. Practices certificates. Nardos coffee Exporting Company is currently equipped with different coffee processing facilities. It owns 7 wet coffee pulping industries, 5 natural coffee hullers and high Tech coffee cleaning and warehouse Enterprise with capacity of 5-6 tons per hour, in Addis Ababa.

About the process

Ripe cherries for this natural processed coffee were carefully hand sorted and floated to remove less dense coffee beans. Next the cherries were dried on raised beds for 15 to 20 days and turned regularly to avoid over-fermentation and mold. Raised beds are carefully constructed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control, for optimal drying. Cherries were covered during the afternoons to prevent harsh drying in the intense sun. Once the cherries finished drying to 11 percent moisture, they were transported to Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, to be milled and prepared for export.