Ajere Mill or washing station was founded in 1998 by Amare Tesema. Today, between 800 and 850 smallholder farmers deliver their cherries to Ajere, which has a size of 1.9 hectares. The washing station is located in the Gedeo Zone which has borders with the zones of Guji to the east, Borena to the south and west and Sidamo to the north. It supports the local community school with the construction of new classrooms.
This coffee is a really interesting example of how delicate Ethiopian coffees can be. Definitely not your typical fruit bomb Ethiopian, this is complex, soft, and refined. Sweet stonefruit & citrus acidity leads to pastry and caramel notes.