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Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*
Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*
Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*
Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*
Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*

Rumudamo COE #8 *Rare*

Roast Type: All Coffee , Fancy Beans , Featured coffee , Filter

Regular price 40.00 Unit price per
A FANCY BEANS RELEASE

Winner 2020 Cup of Excellence #8 roasted for filter with notes of lychee sorbet, lemonade, elderflower and tropical.

​Country: Ethiopia
Region: Sidama
Process: Washed
Variety: 74110
Elevation: 1750-2300masl

Winner 2020 Cup of Excellence #8
Cup of Excellence (COE) program revolutionised the coffee industry allowing high end buyers to connect with specific lots from the best farms in the world, and sell them at auctions for premium prices, rewarding the producers directly.

2020 was the first year they've held the COE program in the birthplace of coffee - Ethiopia. Considered as the one of the most anticipated and historical COE - we are thrilled to take a tiny part of it, and share it with you.

Rumudamo Trading PLC from Sidama submitted multiple lots to the Cup of Excellence 2020 competition and won two presidential awards for the 2nd and 3rd place coffees. Their third coffee, which we received, took 8th place. All three coffees are the same variety and processing method.

Rumudamo Trading PLC
The PLC was established in 2015 by seven shareholders and works with 35 out-growers on 88 hectares. The company processes dry natural coffee on a raised bed which is then pulped using its own four disk haggard machine. In 2018 they established a wet-mill to process washed coffee. Their sales were limited to local buyers including ECX due to lack of international market.

“Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity brought this opportunity for us and provided us with the necessary information about the competition. This is a new market opportunity. We are very happy to be in the top winning coffees,” said Bogale Woldehana, Managing Director of the PLC. “Our hard work has paid off and we are so happy and grateful” he added.

The PLC and out-grower farmers are hopeful that this new opportunity will introduce their coffee to new destinations and encourage them to keep on producing quality coffee.

The PLC was established in 2015 by seven shareholders and works with 35 outgrowers on 88 hectares. 
The company processes dry natural coffee on a raised bed, pulped using its own four disk haggard machine. 
In 2018 they established a wet-mill to process washed coffee. Their sales were limited to local buyers including ECX due to lack of international market.

“Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity brought this opportunity for us and provided us with the necessary information about the competition. 
This is a new market opportunity. We are very happy to be in the top winning coffees,” said Bogale Woldehana, Managing Director of the PLC. 
“Our hard work has paid off and we are so happy and grateful” he added.

The PLC and outgrower farmers hope this new opportunity will introduce their coffee to new destinations 
and encourage them to keep on producing quality coffee.