In the culture of Gedeo, a parcel of land from family is shared with a grandson as a blessing. As a grandson, Aleme was lucky to inherit his first coffee farm of 3 hectares from his grandfather.
His father also granted him another 3.5 hectares of land. In 1991, besides his income from teaching at Elementary school in Biloya town, he decided to diversify his livelihood with a focus on coffee farming.
He invested and put a lot of energy to increase his farm size and increase production and productivity and is currently harvesting coffee from a total of 11 hectares.
Ethiopia Aleme Wako
Tastes Like : Black currant, citrus, tropical fruit
Origin : Ethiopia
Region : Kochere, Biloya
Varietal : Wolisho
Altitude : 1725 - 1780m
Process : Natural
Roast : Espresso