Tasting Notes: Light and smooth acidity and balanced. Tropical fruit, fragranced with herbal notes
|Varietal:||Gesha, Kaffa, Djima, Limmu|
|Process:||Washed & Dry process|
|Altitude:||1400 - 1800 masl|
Bench Maji Forest Coffee Producer Farmers’ Cooperative Union was established in July 2005 by 14 founder member primary cooperatives (PCs) to operate in the Bench Maji Zone, South West of Ethiopia to engage in the marketing of coffee on behalf of its members and provide inputs and other household & production necessities.
The number of individual members of the founder PCs was 4,968 with 23% women.
The union was established to make its members benefit fully from their coffee products through direct marketing engaged in the domestic and mainly international markets. The Union’s members also produce other forest Products such as honey and spices.
Currently, the union has 57 primary cooperatives affiliated to it. It's vision is to become the ultimate market hub for coffee growers of the Bench Maji Zone and the surrounding values that emanated from cooperative principles.