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Adado is a primary cooperative part of Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (YCFCU). Unions such as YCFCU were created with government support to help primary co-operatives to market and sell coffee. As a service provider, is in their interest and part of their MO to represent each individual washing station. Coffees from a union won’t have a generic label. They will always be traceable up to the kebele level. In a market where coffees from different areas are sometimes blended to fulfil contracts based on price points, YCFCU only exports coffee from the Gedeo zone. And, as they don’t own the coffee, they can’t blend lots from different washing stations unless all parts agree and state the mix transparently on the lot name.
All coffees are sorted by hand when brought in by farmers for weighing. The process usually starts at 5 pm and can continue until after dark. All naturals are sun-dried on raised beds and covered overnight and on the warmest hours of the day. The process can take up to 30 days until moisture levels average around 11%.
This coffee scores 87.25 on the SCA scale and provides a coffee that is Super sweet and juicy with notes of jasmine, bergamot, sweet spices and an absolute strawberry and blueberry. Smooth and coating, with medium body, mild citric acidity. Also peachy and white tea-like.
Established in 2018, Belfast Coffee Roasters are a quality-focused speciality coffee roaster.Based close to the centre, in what was the heart of 19th Century industrial Belfast, we are only a stone’s throw away from the city.
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