ONA Coffee Ethiopia Webanchi 200g

Ethiopia Webanchi 200g

  • Premium taste
  • Single origin
  • Wash: Anaerobic Natural
  • Whole beans

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This coffee has a big personality with blueberry, plum and dark cherry notes, and pleasant raw cacao like finish.

TASTES LIKE: Blueberry, black cherry, blood plum and cacao nibs

ROAST: Filter


As we can expect, this Anaerobic Natural processed coffee is intensely fruited due to the extended time spent in whole cherry fermentation. The process started with coffee piled up thickly and left unturned on raised African beds. The centre temperature of the pile begins to increase, spurring fermentation to be accelerated in the coffee cherries at the centre of the pile. As they ferment, Co2 is released, creating an anaerobic environment. Once a day, the pile is spread thin and then re-heaped up to ensure all coffee cherries are fermented to a similar level. This process is repeated for 5-7days before the coffee is laid out in a thin layer and left to dry until it reaches a humidity of 12%.

REGION: Yirgacheffe
VARIETAL: Heirloom
PROCESS: Anaerobic Natural
ALTITUDE: 1800-2000masl

Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia

The Wete Webanchi wet mill sits next to a rural school near the town of Wete. When Meseret and Abraham were looking for a site for a new washing station, they chose this spot to have easy access to electricity.

The proximity to the school led Primrose and Project Origin to work closely with the teachers and staff to provide support to educate local kids. As a result, this mutual relationship meant the station could continue to operate past sunset, a task often very challenging at other stations and positively impacted the local community, which is how we believe all trade should be.

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Meet The Maker
Ona Coffee

As one of Australia’s most highly regarded specialty roasters, they’ve always had one simple goal: creating the best and most sustainable coffee in the world.
Back in 2008 Saša Šestić started his own coffee roastery out of his garage in Canberra with a simple vision. He wanted to create great coffee and share it with as many people as possible. To help make his dream a reality, Saša worked around the three core values he personally stood for, innovation, community and excellence.

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