Bombe (or Abore) washing station is named after Bombe mountains in the Sidama region, which is located south from the washing station. The Bombe site is the culmination of several years of hard work and preparation from Sidama coffee man Asefa Dukamo and his family.
The producers of Bombe live high in the lush and lovely Bombe mountain valley. They are part of a member organization consisting of 667 producers in various parts of the mountain range, which also include producers from Keramo and Shantawene. The last two years, these producers chose to process their coffees through the Bombe Washing Station to new quality specifications. Like the other coffees from this site, the Bombe coffees always stand out on the cupping table.
This coffee is another example of prime washing and great standard practices.
Expect notes of lemon blossom, cherry jam with a juicy mouthfeel.