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Bombe Daye Bensa - Ethiopia, Sumo | 250g

Bombe Daye Bensa - Ethiopia, Sumo | 250g

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Producer: Dukamo Family

Farm: Daye Bensa - Bombe Washing Station

Region: Sidama Bensa, Ethiopia

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1920 -  2020 masl

Harvested: 2023

Kenean Dukamo of Daye Bensa placed 2nd in the Cup of Excellence 2022 Ethiopia with an anaerobic 74112 variety, scoring 90.25. Daye Bensa also placed 8th in the Cup of Excellence 2021 and 7th in the Cup of Excellence 2020. This a clear example of how much they focus on quality.

CUPPING NOTES:  Blood orange, golden raisins, orange blossom, milk chocolate


Sourced through Coffee Quest.

Quantity bought: 300 Kg.


-Coffee: 10.67€/Kg

-Shipping: 0.53€/Kg

-Packaging: 1.50€/250 g bag

Bombe cherries are processed at Bombe Abore Washing Station, situated next to the Bonora River, which joins with the Gatta River upstream. This site culminates several years of hard work and preparation from Sidama's coffee man Asefa Dukamo and his family. The station is one of the locations from which Daye Bensa spreads the knowledge of improving processing techniques geared towards quality. 

Bombe is named after the Bombe mountains in the Sidama region, located south of the Bombe washing station. The out-growers delivering to Bombe live high up in the lush and lovely Bombe mountain valley. They are part of a member organisation consisting of 667 producers in various parts of the mountain range. 

The cherry delivered here grows between 1920 and 2020 meters above sea level. Beans are very dense, with heavy concentrations of the smaller screen sizes (most of the coffee screen sizes at 13-14), reflecting slow maturation at higher altitudes.

Daye Bensa is a coffee exporting company founded in 2006 by the brothers Asefa and Mulugeta Dukamo. The company works with various communities of out-growers from whom they receive cherries and have multiple washing stations in the Sidama Bensa area, like Shantewene, Keramo and Bombe.

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