Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Amederaro Konga Natural, from Yirgacheffe

Menu Home Offer List Contact Us Our Coffees Amederaro Konga Station is located in Amederaro Kebele or Village, in the southern part of Ethiopia. It is managed by Beyene Eshete and is located 6 km from the city of Yirgacheffe. This site consists of 2.5 hectares, sitting at an elevation of 1,999 m.a.s.l. It is dedicated to producing both Washed and Natural coffees, where more than 2,450+ farmers contribute every week, mostly with 74110 & 74112 varieties. There is no prior fermentation to this Natural, maintaining a clean, fruity profile. This process starts by purchasing cherries from the local farmers and then handpicking them once they arrive at the Amederaro Konga site to sort out the over and underripe. The cherries are then floated and immediately placed to dry on African beds for approximately 19 to 21 days. During this phase, the cherries are regularly moved and rotated to ensure a uniform drying process. EU Offerlist US Offerlist A Different Kind of Natural… Although the drying process for this lot might seem like a rather simple process, this is a technique they have been perfecting over the years, achieving a clean profile, with distinctive fruity and floral notes. The driving force behind this Amederaro Konga Natural lot is the producer, Primrose Coffee, whom beyond their dedication to crafting outstanding coffees, are deeply committed to making a positive impact on the communities involved. Led by Mr. Abreham Mengiste & Mrs. Meseret Workneh, they have focused on various social responsibility programs, such as schools and bridge construction projects, and providing essential school supplies to students.  Primrose Coffee understands the importance of fostering sustainable growth and empowering the farmers who contribute to their success. In our first year working with Primrose, we already know it won’t be the last! Join us on The Quest! Experience the magic of Ethiopian coffee with The Coffee Quest. Our Ethiopian origins exemplify our dedication to bringing you the finest green coffee sourced from exceptional farmers, and expectional partners like Primrose Coffee. Each sip unveils the legacy of traceability, revealing the journey from cultivation to your cup. As you savor the flavors, you’re embarking on a sensory odyssey through Ethiopia, encountering the depth of this traceable origin coffee. Elevate your coffee journey and immerse yourself in the captivating world of Ethiopian coffee. Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest US, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brazil The Coffee Quest US Address:  1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 (Rising Tide Roast Collaborative) Phone: +1 (443) 681-9331 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com; sarah@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Instagram Facebook-f Linkedin-in Youtube The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Worka Nenke Washed, from Ethiopia

Menu Home Offer List Contact Us Our Coffees Worka Nenke Station is located in Worka Nenke Kebele or Village, in the southern part of Ethiopia. It is managed by Abreham Dori and is located 18 km from Gedeb. This site consists of 3.5 hectares, sitting at an elevation of 1,983 m.a.s.l. It is dedicated to producing both Washed and Natural coffees, where more than 2,950 farmers contribute every week, mostly with 74110 variety. This process starts by purchasing the cherries from the local farmers, and once they reach the Worka Nenke site, they are handpicked and floated. They are then left to soak in water for 8 to 12 hours, afterwards de-pulped, and placed to ferment for an additional 48 to 72 hours before washing. After washing, the coffee is laid to dry on African beds for 8 to 12 days. During this phase, the parchment coffee is regularly moved and rotated to ensure a uniform drying process. EU Offerlist US Offerlist Differentiated Washed Coffee… The driving force behind this Worka Nenke Coffee lot is their producer, Primrose Coffee, whom beyond their dedication to crafting outstanding coffees, is deeply committed to making a positive impact on the communities involved. Led by Mr. Abreham Mengiste & Mrs. Meseret Workneh, they have focused on various social responsibility programs, such as schools and bridge construction projects, and providing essential school supplies to students. Primrose Coffee understands the importance of fostering sustainable growth and empowering the farmers who contribute to their success. In our first year working with Primrose, we already know it won’t be the last! Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest US, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brazil The Coffee Quest US Address:  1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 (Rising Tide Roast Collaborative) Phone: +1 (443) 681-9331 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com; sarah@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Instagram Facebook-f Linkedin-in Youtube The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Elala, from Bona Qiqe Station, Ethiopia

Menu Home Offer List Contact Us Our Coffees Bona Qiqe Station is located in Bensa, Ethiopia in the Bona Zuria District (one of 30 in the region), with Elala being the name of this specific lot produced here. Managed by Asefa Dukamo Korma, the site sits at an elevation of 1,920 – 2,330 m.a.s.l and processes both Natural and Washed coffees. Approximately 390+ farmers contribute their cherries to this site, mostly with 74158 and 74112 varieties. The Elala Natural lot is immediately placed to dry on raised beds, with continuous movement for a uniform drying. Depending on the weather, this process might take from 16-25 days. The Elala Washed lot is undergoes a traditional wet fermentation for between 36 and 72 hours, and then dried on African beds for about 12 to 15 days. EU Offerlist US Offerlist The Real Deal Highland Coffee… Elala, in the Sidama language, means “Mountain”, a very suitable name for this lot! Due to the extremely high elevations, harvest runs on the later end, from November to January. The Station has around 100 temporary employees that are contracted during the harvest season and 5 permanent employees year-round.  Established in 1996 as producers, Daye Bensa has lived through all the turmoils that coffee growing and exporting entails in the region. Nowadays, they are a reference of excellence and resilience in Ethiopia and work with various communities of out-growers from whom they receive cherries. They work with multiple washing stations in the Bensa, Sidama area, including some of which they own. In addition to Elala, over the past 5 years, both in the US and Europe, we have worked with some of their other washing stations, notably: Hamasho, Bombe, and Keramo. Daye Bensa is no stranger to quality and has learned how to produce high-quality coffees: in 2020, they won 7th place in the COE, in 2021 8th place, and in 2022, 2nd place!; This is our third year working with Daye Bensa, and we are extremely excited to develop this relationship! Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest US, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brazil The Coffee Quest US Address:  1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 (Rising Tide Roast Collaborative) Phone: +1 (443) 681-9331 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com; sarah@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Instagram Facebook-f Linkedin-in Youtube The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Bombe Abore Station, in Bensa, Ethiopia

Menu Europe Home Offerlist EU Contact EU USA Home USA – Offerlist Contact USA The Abore Station is located in Sidama, Ethiopia in the Bona Zuria District (one of 30 in the region). Bombe Abore is the name of the lots produced there and the station was named after a bridge that was constructed in 1997 and dedicated to a local chief. Managed by Asefa Dukamo Korma, the site sits at an elevation of 1,920 – 2,020 m.a.s.l and processes both Natural and Washed coffees. Approximately 1,022 farmers deliver their cherries to this site, mostly with 74110 and 74112 varieties. This Natural lot is immediately placed to dry on raised beds that are 25 meters long. Depending on the weather, this process might take from 16-25 days, with cherries constantly being moved around on the beds. The Washed lot undergoes a traditional wet-fermentation for between 36 and 72 hours, and then dried on African beds for about 12 to 15 days, depending on the weather. EU Offerlist US Offerlist High Up in the Bombe Mountains… Due to the extremely high elevations, harvest runs on the later end, from December through February. The Abore Station has around 124 temporary employees that are contracted during the harvest season and 4 permanent employees year-round.Established in 1996 as producers, Daye Bensa has lived through all the turmoils that coffee growing and exporting entails in the region. Nowadays, they are a reference of excellence and resilience in Ethiopia and work with various communities of out-growers from whom they receive cherries. They work with multiple washing stations in the Bensa, Sidama area, including some of which they own. In addition to Abore, over the past 5 years, both in the US and Europe, we have worked with some of their other washing stations, notably: Hamasho, Keramo, and Elala. Daye Bensa is no stranger to quality and has learned how to produce high-quality coffees: in 2020, they won 7th place in the COE, in 2021 8th place, and in 2022, 2nd place!; This is our third year working with Daye Bensa, and we are extremely excited to develop this relationship! Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brasil The Coffee Quest EuropeNieuwendammerdijk 526P, 1023BX, AMS, NetherlandsEmail: we@thecoffeequest.com United States1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Facebook-f Linkedin-in The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Qonqana Station, in Sidama, Ethiopia

Menu Home Offer List Contact Us Our Coffees Often referred to as “The Mother Station” by the locals, Bombe Qonqona Station is located in Bombe, Ethiopia. Managed by Asefa Dukamo Korma, the site sits at an elevation of 1,910 – 2,010 m.a.s.l and processes Washed, Honey and Natural coffees. Approximately 1,020 farmers contribute their cherries to this site, mostly with 74110 and 74112 varieties. The Natural lot is immediately placed to dry on raised beds, with continuous movement for a uniform drying. Depending on the weather, this process might take from 16-21 days. The Honey lot are de-pulped and immediately placed to dry on raised beds, with continuous movement over the course of 15-20 days for a uniform drying. The Washed lot is traditionally wet-fermented, with an Anaerobic fermentation in sealed tanks for around 36 and 72 hours, and then rinsed in water tunnels for later being placed to dry on African beds for about 12 to 15 days. EU Offerlist US Offerlist Qonqona – The Mother Station… Named after the river down below that runs through the Washing station, Bombe Qonqana is the largest and also the oldest station managed by Daye Bensa, and the starting point for them as well!  Established in 1996 as producers, Daye Bensa has lived through all the turmoils that coffee growing and exporting entails in the region. Nowadays, they are a reference of excellence and resilience in Ethiopia and work with various communities of out-growers from whom they receive cherries. They work with multiple washing stations in the Bensa, Sidama area, including some of which they own. In addition to Qonqana, over the past 5 years, both in the US and Europe, we have worked with some of their other washing stations, notably: Hamasho, Bombe Abore and Keramo. Daye Bensa is no stranger to quality and has learned how to produce high-quality coffees: in 2020, they won 7th place in the COE, in 2021 8th place, and in 2022, 2nd place!; This is our third year working with Daye Bensa, and we are extremely excited to develop this relationship! Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest US, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brazil The Coffee Quest US Address:  1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 (Rising Tide Roast Collaborative) Phone: +1 (443) 681-9331 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com; sarah@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Instagram Facebook-f Linkedin-in Youtube The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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Ethiopia
Juan Cañas

Gersay Beyou Natural, in Ethiopia

Menu Home Offer List Contact Us Our Coffees Gersay Beyou Station is located in Gersay Kebele or Village, in the southern part of Ethiopia. It is managed by Tariku Guyo and is located 14 km from the city of Yirgacheffe. This site consists of 2 hectares, sitting at an elevation of 1,914 m.a.s.l, and is dedicated to producing both Washed and Natural coffees, where more than 1,550 farmers contribute every week, mostly with 74110 varieties. There is no prior fermentation to this Natural, maintaining that clean, sweet profile. This process starts by purchasing the cherries from the local farmers and hand picking them once those arrive at the site. The cherries are then floated and immediately placed to dry in African beds for approximately 19 to 21 days, being moved regularly to ensure uniform drying. This might seem like a simple process, but they have been perfecting this technique year after year, achieving a pleasant and distinctive  Ethiopian Natural profile. EU Offerlist US Offerlist Classic Natural Process.. The driving force behind these Gersay Beyou Coffee lots is their producer, Primrose Coffee, who beyond their dedication to crafting outstanding coffees, are deeply committed to making a positive impact on the communities involved.   Led by Mr. Abreham Mengiste & Mrs. Meseret Workneh, they have focused on various social responsibility programs, such as schools and bridge construction projects, and providing essential school supplies to students. Primrose Coffee understands the importance of fostering sustainable growth and empowering the farmers who contribute to their success. In our first year working with Primrose, we already know it won’t be the last! Transparency Report? At The Coffee Quest US, transparency is key. Our Transparency Report is available on request, so get in touch today for an in-depth look at our ethical and sustainable sourcing practices! Ask for Samples Today! Get Started While you are still here, Check Out our other Coffees! Our Locations The Coffee Quest USThe Coffee Quest EuropeThe Coffee Quest ColombiaThe Coffee Quest Brazil The Coffee Quest US Address:  1606 W. Stassney Ln. Unit 2 – Austin, TX 78745 (Rising Tide Roast Collaborative) Phone: +1 (443) 681-9331 Email: stephen@thecoffeequest.com; sarah@thecoffeequest.com Follow Us Instagram Facebook-f Linkedin-in Youtube The Coffee Quest © 2023. All rights reserved. 

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