Boji Washing Station
|Farm||Kochere smallholder farmers|
|Harvest Schedule||October – April|
Red grapes, stone fruit, some hints of sage herbs, red cherries. Brown sugary finish.
Boji is a privately owned washing station in Kochere, named after the kebele where it is located. They do different processes like washed, honey and naturals, have a great shade drying facility, and they use clean river water for the washing. They are certified UTZ, Rainforest and now Organic. The farmers delivering cherries are registered and entitled to second payments and premiums. The site managers are Lema G and Meskel, they have a lot of experience and the site is very well managed. Altitude is high and the climate chilly. Boji manage traditional wet fermentation, grading in channels by water and drying on raised beds. The result is a distinct and unique coffee.