Buna Boka is one of the primary cooperatives of the Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union, one of Ethiopia’s best-known exporting bodies. The Sidama union is comprised of 53 coffee cooperatives and over 80,000 member households. Coffees here are earlier than in the far south, delicate, and citric. Sidama has one of the most robust cooperative unions in the country with 53 member cooperatives, many with two or more processing sites—the peachy-floral Homacho Waeno alone has four washing stations, also in the Dara district. There are 1069 farmer members in Buna Boka, who average a single hectare of coffee cultivation each, and the vast majority of coffee produced by the members is fully washed.
Notes of Black Tea, Honey, and Raspberry
Varieties: Ethiopian Heirloom
Altitude: 1850 Meters
Process: Fully Washed, Raised Beds
Location: Dara District, Ethiopia
Roast: Full City, Full Bodied, High Acidity