The Buncho washing station lies in the town of Shantawene, located in the Southern region of Sidama. Roughly 940 smallholders in the region use the mill, growing coffee on lots no bigger than 5 hectares on average.
The washing station is run by our exporting partner Daye Bensa, where only the ripest cherries are handpicked for selection. Here the washing process begins, the cherries are submerged in tanks, de-pulped and transferred into fermentation tanks for 24hrs, mucilage is then removed, and the coffee is rested for 12-15 days.
Choose between 100g green samples and 40g roasted samples these are here to help you make a buying decision. For more information on this coffee including our tasting notes, head back to the product page