Altitude: 1699 – 1719MASL
Varietal: Indigenous Heirloom
Tasting Notes: Lemon sorbet, candied orange, dark choc.
Kochere Beloya washing station is located in Kochere district in the Yirgacheffe region and processes cherries from local smallholder farmers cultivating between 1,900 and 1,950 masl. The station includes 12 standardised fermentation tanks and 136 drying beds. Coffee trees are typically shaded by Cordia and Acacia and the predominant varietals are known locally as Kumie, Diga & Wilsho.