At the Borboya washing station in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, local farmers sell their prized heirloom coffee beans to be hand-sorted, processed, and prepared for export. Nearly 700 smallholder farmers from throughout the region contributed to this month’s selection from Kuma Coffee. While Ethiopian coffees are often dominated by fruity and floral flavors, this particular one has a slightly bigger body that stands up to the strong and sweet flavors - it's an absolute joy to drink!
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