With notes of limeade, perfume, and candied ginger, this coffee won't let you down.
The Reko washing station is named for the nearby mountain and village in the Kochere region. The station collects cherry from about 1500 small holders at 15 collection stations in the area. The coffees that contribute to this lot are grown between 1850 and 2100 meters and are a blend of various heirloom varieties that lend to the wild, floral and effervescent characteristics we love from Ethiopian coffees. This is the fourth year we’ve offered coffee from the Reko washing station, and it hasn’t let us down once.