Think: strawberry, cocoa & peach.
This Ethiopian offering is from the town of Hagere Mariam in the Guji Zone, which lies within the greater Oromia zone. This area of the Oromia zone is south of Yirgacheffe, but has similar coffee growing altitudes between 1800 and 2000 meters. The Deri Kochoha washing station has roughly 600 contributing farmers, and produces approximately 2 containers per year. This naturally processed coffee is left to dry on raised beds with the fruit of the coffee fully intact, resulting in a cup that is bursting with notes of fresh berries, cocoa, and peach nectar.