Region: Yirgacheffe, Aricha Station
Producer: Mr. Abreham Mengiste & Mrs. Meseret Workneh + over 2700 farmers
Variety: 74110, 74112 | Altitude: 2100 – 2200
Aricha Wubanchi station offers a range of meticulously processed coffees, showcasing the unique flavors of the region. The station is located in the Southern part of Ethiopia. This 2.5-hectare station sits at an elevation of 2213 m.a.s.l and process natural, washed, and fermented coffee. Over 2700 farmers contribute to the station, mainly cultivating the local 74110 and 7412 coffee varieties. Farmers hand-pick cherries at peak ripeness and spread on African drying beds for approximately 19 to 21 days. The cherries are regularly moved and rotated to ensure uniform drying. This lot exhibits peach, jasmine, and stone fruit notes.
The driving force behind Aricha Station is Primrose Coffee, whom beyond their dedication to crafting outstanding coffees, are deeply committed to making a positive impact on the communities involved. Primrose Coffee is led by Abreham Mengiste and Meseret Workneh. They have focused on various social responsibility programs, such as schools and bridge construction projects, and providing essential school supplies to students. Primrose Coffee understands the importance of fostering sustainable growth and empowering the farmers who contribute to their success.