This coffee is from the Wote Konga Washing Station in the Wote Konga Kebele in the Yirgacheffe region of Southern Ethiopia. The coffee is wet processed and grown at an altitude of 1800 to 2200 meters. Approximately 800 farmers contribute to this washing station.
Tano Batak is an Olam Specialty Coffee premium brand. Tano Batak coffee has a 16 and up screen size and comes from the Lintong and Dolok Sanggul regions near South Lake Toba in Sumatra. At 1,400 to 1,550 masl, this region has the highest coffee growing altitudes in North Sumatra. Olam Specialty Coffee works with six collectors that buy coffee directly from small farmers and in weekly village markets. The collectors wet hull the coffee at 28-32% moisture and then dry it in green houses. Once around 11-12% moisture, they run the coffee over densametric tables before sending it to Olam in Medan for hand sorting. Given the exceptional quality of these coffees, we process each lot separately as microlots. This particular lot was collected by Swiss in Nihuta.