About this Coffee
This coffee comes from the Logita station that Heleanna Georgalis and her company Moplaco bought in 2017. The river Logita that run through Sidamo borrow its name (and water) to the station.
When vertical Integration was allowed, Moplaco decided as a company that the way forward for Quality was to have their own stations. Heleanna had Bensa in Sidamo as one of her favorite areas, for its altitude, soil and natural water sources. This have all the potential to produce high quality coffees. She also knew that working close with surrounding farmers would bring mutual gain and raise quality even more. Logita station is close to a little village named Segera where all the producers that bring cherries for this coffee live and come from.
Harvest & Post-harvest
Red cherry was this year bought from 18 farmers in the village Kokose. Here coffee grow at impressive 2300 masl. The altitude give a cold climate, so the cherries mature slow, grow small and gets intense flavours. Very unique, and very tasty.
This lot is a washed process where the ripest cherries are sorted out, washed clean and floated before they are pulped and fermented for 36-72 hours - depending on weather. After fermentation coffee is washed and soaked before they dry for 15 days on African beds.