Producer: Daye Bensa / Assefa Dukamo Korma Harvest: November – February 2020
Lot Name - Hamasho Variety - 74158 Language - Sidama / Amharic
Altitude - 2300 MASL Processing Type -Natural processing Rain Fall - 950-1500mm Miling - Daye bensa coffee export plc Year of built Washing Station - 2019
Daye Bensa, decided to name the micro lot Hamasho, to reflect the powerful culture of Sidama Hamasho village. The coffee is sourced from the Hamasho Farmers in Sidama Bensa/ Hamasho Village. Hamasho Means In sidamic" SNAKE
Traceability is important for Micro lots and we believe that it is a powerful tool for inclusion and empowerment for us . After we receive the cherries, we separate them by village. The coffee is then kept separate through out drying , processing , and storage and with labels stating the delivery dates, farm name, lot name and more . We Track the production as well as different experiments and fermentation methods to get unique cup profiles because creativity is endless.
Our Micro Lots Are Limited Production, it Helps Us To focus On the quality Beans, First we are focused on Harvested Red ripe cherries and as Much as possible we will sort again with out Red Cherries, floating, picking and any further quality analysis.
Drying Method - Drying in the sun ,the coffee Beans are placed on the African bed wood from 1; 20 cm height with plastic net With 3-5 cm thickness and air circulation Above And Below for 13-15 days / Depends on the whether We assign enough Labours Per bed For Stirring the cherries Every 15-20 Minutes To ensure Uniformity drying .