Deep red and dark pink fruits. Think cherry, pomegranate, blood orange, and stonefruit. Dark honey, fresh fig, and currant sweetness. Buoyant lift; structured, clean, and juicy.
Kolla Bolcha is a new cooperative in Goma, a subregion of Agaro, in the the western zone of Jimma. The co-op was formed in 2016, and 2017/18 represents the membership's very first harvest processed through the cooperative. Kolla Bolcha falls under the Kata Muduga Union, and geographically lies in a portion of the forest between well-known Duromina and Hunda Oli. The membership consists of approximately 400 producers, who cultivate coffee between 1900-2200 masl. Kolla Bolcha utilizes mechanical washers to process cherry. The parchment is then soaked overnight to remove any remaining fruit from the seed, a step which contributes to the cup's super clean profile. It is then pre-dried in partial shade before being finished on raised beds.