True North’s first natural processed coffee of 2021 arrives from the Ayla washing station in the verdant hills of the Shantawene kebele in eastern Sidamo, Ethiopia. Natural processed Ethiopians have an even more ardent following amongst coffee lovers worldwide than the already popular washed Ethiopian coffees. The natural processing gives the coffee a less acidic profile that allows the notes of raw sugar to shine through when cupped and make for an approachable coffee that can be drunk cup after cup. This is a perfect comfort coffee.

Huckleberry, Plum, Raw Sugar 
Built in 2013, the Ayla washing station is nestled in the eastern Bensa region of Sidamo, bordering the West Arsi zone to the north, and the Guji zone to the south, with the Bombe mountains looming in the near distance. The Bonora river passes nearby, providing the water for the washing station.
In 2019, Testi Coffee took over the site and within two years the station has become a large site with additional drying bed space allowing the Ayla washing to process more coffees during harvest season. In addition to helping develop beautiful, world-class speciality coffees, Testi Coffee’s other focus is helping the local coffee cultivating community thrive socially through projects across the Shantawene and Bombe kebeles such as schools, clinics, and clean water sources for farming families..

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True North’s first natural processed coffee of 2021 arrives from the Ayla washing station in the verdant hills of the Shantawene kebele in eastern Sidamo, Ethiopia. Natural processed Ethiopians have an even more ardent following amongst coffee lovers worldwide than the already popular washed Ethiopian coffees. The natural processing gives the coffee a less acidic profile that allows the notes of raw sugar to shine through when cupped and make for an approachable coffee that can be drunk cup after cup. This is a perfect comfort coffee.

Huckleberry, Plum, Raw Sugar 
Built in 2013, the Ayla washing station is nestled in the eastern Bensa region of Sidamo, bordering the West Arsi zone to the north, and the Guji zone to the south, with the Bombe mountains looming in the near distance. The Bonora river passes nearby, providing the water for the washing station.
In 2019, Testi Coffee took over the site and within two years the station has become a large site with additional drying bed space allowing the Ayla washing to process more coffees during harvest season. In addition to helping develop beautiful, world-class speciality coffees, Testi Coffee’s other focus is helping the local coffee cultivating community thrive socially through projects across the Shantawene and Bombe kebeles such as schools, clinics, and clean water sources for farming families..

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True North’s first natural processed coffee of 2021 arrives from the Ayla washing station in the verdant hills of the Shantawene kebele in eastern Sidamo, Ethiopia. Natural processed Ethiopians have an even more ardent following amongst coffee lovers worldwide than the already popular washed Ethiopian coffees. The natural processing gives the coffee a less acidic profile that allows the notes of raw sugar to shine through when cupped and make for an approachable coffee that can be drunk cup after cup. This is a perfect comfort coffee.

Huckleberry, Plum, Raw Sugar 
Built in 2013, the Ayla washing station is nestled in the eastern Bensa region of Sidamo, bordering the West Arsi zone to the north, and the Guji zone to the south, with the Bombe mountains looming in the near distance. The Bonora river passes nearby, providing the water for the washing station.
In 2019, Testi Coffee took over the site and within two years the station has become a large site with additional drying bed space allowing the Ayla washing to process more coffees during harvest season. In addition to helping develop beautiful, world-class speciality coffees, Testi Coffee’s other focus is helping the local coffee cultivating community thrive socially through projects across the Shantawene and Bombe kebeles such as schools, clinics, and clean water sources for farming families..


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