Ethiopia Sidamo Hamasho Natural
Zone: Bensa Sidamo
Altitude: 2,200-2,300 masl
Plant Varietal: Heirloom/74158
Tasting Notes: Rose, Lychee, Plum
Bensa is one of the woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Sidama Zone that extends into the Oromia Region like a peninsula, Bensa is bordered on the south and north by the Oromia Region, with Bona Zuria on the west, Arbegona on the northwest, Chere on the east, and Aroresa on the southeast. The major town in Bensa is Daye.
This dry-process lot comes from a privately owned processing site near Hamasho Village, tucked away in the Bombe mountains of Ethiopia’s Sidama growing region. This lot is made up from coffees grown by farmers only in Hamasho village, none of their own estate coffee or coffees from the nearby villages are mixed in. The Hamasho site is really high up there, over 2,200 meters above sea level! It’s astonishing, really, and not only responsible for producing super dense coffee, but you see some smaller size beans too.
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