Worka Sakaro, Ethiopia

Worka Sakaro, Ethiopia

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Description: Worka Sakaro Washing Station is located in the Gedio Zone. The washing station works with over 400 smallholder farmers in the region. These farmers grow their coffee on the steep mountain slopes at approximately 2,000 to 2,200 meters above sea level. The coffee is grown in the shade of Birbira, Corsica Africana, and Ensete Ventricosum trees. The coffee is picked when the cherries are ripe and then dried on raised beds for 18 to 21 days. Once the coffee is dried it is then milled to remove the husks and stored in a local warehouse before being transported for final processing before shipment.

Process: Anaerobic Natural

Notes: Blueberry Poptart, vanilla, butterscotch

Varietal:  Indigenous Heirloom Cultivars (Kumie, Siga, Wilsho)

Region: Sul de Minas

Subregion/Town: Perdões

Farm/Coop/Station: Fazenda São Jose

Farm Size: 320 hectares

Area Under Coffee: 225 hectares

Harvest Months: April - September

Altitude: 950 meters above sea level