Situated in the Kochere woreda of the Southern Nations, the Boji washing station lies around 25km from the town of Yirgacheffe in the village of Ch'elelek'tu. There are about 500 smallholders delivering to this washing station, all farming on around 1 hectare of land each. Once delivered, coffee is left for 8-12 hours in water to ferment and mucilage to be broken down, this is what enhances the refined floral flavours we associate with the area. After this the coffee is washed and placed on raised beds to dry for 10-14 days.
This region is known for producing outstanding coffees and we are excited to be able to offer it. You can expect subtle floral notes and a beautifully crisp acidity with light undertone of berry and chocolate finish. This coffee is a particular favourite of ours through V60, but whatever the brew method, we know you will enjoy this coffee – and as a New Zealand coffee roaster who pride ourselves on roasting and supplying coffee that people enjoy, we would love to know your thoughts.