A delicate coffee, with notes of black tea, blood orange, honeysuckle and an unmistakably peachy profile. Yirgacheffe is famous all over the world, and how could it not be with flavors like that?
Extra care and attention is paid to the cherries delivered to the Biloya washing station, which ensures that the cup profile is as clean and consistent as possible. Coffees brought to the Biloya washing station are grown between 1,700 - 2,000 MASL. The 211 smallholders delivering cherry to Biloya grow coffee on small farms that average roughly 0.5-2 hectares in size, shaded by trees and shared with subsistence crops.