Bera G1

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1700-2500 MASL
Ethiopia Landraces
Raised Beds
Continental NJ
Bag Weight
60 kgs
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Flavor Notes
pineapple, oolong tea, dark fruit
About Bera G1

Aleta Wendo which is part of the newly founded Sidama Region is located in South Central Plateau at the approximate distance of 340 km for Capital Addis Ababa. Aleta Wondo is characterized by high altitudes and weather condition with elevation rages from 1700-2500masl. The pattern of rainfall distribution is bimodal. The short rainy season lasts from mid-November to February whereas the long rainy season is during summer and it extends up to October.
The out rowers are producing a garden coffee, where coffee is grown under canopies of large legume shade trees. The coffee plant; together with enset(false banana the staple food of the community) and other fruit trees, form a complex agroforestry system where material Sycle maintains farm nutrient supply. The coffee flowers in months of February, March and April. Harvest starts in September and runs until end of October or sometimes up to Mid-December. About 397 out growing members are exclusively delivering their red cherry to us in annual bases.
Kerchanshe Trading PLC, owns a coffee processing site at Boicha River Course; in Bulesa Kebele of Aleta Wondo Woreda. The processing unit has been functional since 2021, they collect red cherry for their outgrowing farmers. They process the red cherry in to parchment coffee.

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