From Ethiopia

Arsi Refisa​

Many of the world’s most sought-after coffees pass through the famed Refisa washing station, located in Sidamo, in the Oromia region of Ethiopia. The sunshine, high altitude, and coffee plants traced back to wild, forest-found varieties lead to a final cup that’s bold, balanced, and completely unique to this region. 

Refisa Washing Station purchases from a total of 593 farmers delivering red cherry from a collection of smallholder farmers spanning 5,000 hectares of coffee. The average farm size in Nensebo is two hectares and contains a mix of local coffee varieties, including wild varietals originating from the neighboring forests. Nensebo is a new coffee growing area, categorized as Sidama D on the ECX coffee map.

The details

Arsi Refisa co-op Farm

  • Number of Farmers: 593
  • Region: Sidamo, Oromia, Ethiopia​
  • Average Size Of Farm: 2 Hectares
  • Altitude: 1870 – 2200 Meters
  • Harvest Month: October- February
  • Processing: Fully Washed
  • Varietals: Heirloom, Wild

Coffee from Arsi Refisa Can Be Found In These Products