Ethiopie Yirgacheffe Idido 250G
Aromas of peach and apricot
Roasted for espresso and filter
“Notes of peach, apricot, lemon, cane sugar, hazelnut and flowers. »
This Idido coffee is harvested at more than 1900 m, in the village that gives it its name. It is marked by a typical Yirgacheffe profile.
The old know-how of the peasants is highlighted by the family business DWD which manages the washing station located in the village of Idido.
The Idido station is managed by the family business DWD in the Yirgacheffe appellation. The coffee is collected from farmers in the village of the same name, but also from Haricha and Dirato. DWD prepares washed, natural and red honey coffees at Idido with particular care. The group has dedicated this station to specialty coffees. The so-called conventional coffees are prepared a few kilometers away, in the village of Resiti. This strict separation of batches allows DWD to maintain its level of requirement on the preparation of beautiful batches. The know-how of this family business has been passed down from father to son for more than 30 years.
THE STORY FROM THE PRODUCER
Ato Dukale was born near Bensa, in the Sidama region, where his parents already had a coffee farm. Very young, he began to engage in small businesses in the region, such as cane sugar. But soon his interest completely turned to coffee. He traveled extensively in his native region to collect a few bags from different Sidama farmers. At the end of the 1980s he built a first washing station in Daye Bensa, which he called “Awraja and his family. Awraja was the name of the department where he lived young, a name used under the Derg but which has since disappeared. It was especially the nickname of Ato Dukale at the time when he was a famous volleyball player and he traveled the country with his team, under the colors of his district: Bensa Awraja!
Since then, its activity has prospered because the company Dukale Wakayo Dakola currently has 16 collection centers in the Sidama and Yirgacheffe regions. It was taken over by the sons of Ato Dukale who, with their father, put their rigor into producing good quality coffees.
|Tasting note||Yirgacheffe, Rare Coffee 88+|
|Roasting||Amber - Expresso and filter|
|Coffee farmer||Ato Dukale|
|Type of soil||Volcanic|
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Profil d'Ato Dukale, un producteur de spécialité