Wolichi Wachu Station
This Ethiopian bean is a Bourbon varietal, more often found in South America, and one of many that derive from the most common Arabica species. It is known for its sweetness characteristics. Its flavor can range widely from bitter and lemony when light roasted, to sweeter at a medium-roast, where we roast it. It is much trickier to dark roast the Bourbon varietal, but since we don’t dark roast anything, it isn’t a concern for us.
Wolichu Wachu is grown in the Guji Zone of Ethiopia at over 7,000 feet in elevation.