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Tsegay Hagos knows that the success of the Sasaba mill is closely tied to that of the smallholders. “Sasaba does not grow alone”, he says, adding, “We support our farmers and train them, so they can one day export their own coffee.”
The company has a very close relationship with the farmers who it works with, always ready to lend a helping hand – whether it means transportation for medical emergencies or loans during the lean months of the rainy season.
“We are by their side, whatever happens”, says Tsegay, “and because of that, they are by ours”, he adds. This leads to a positive spiral, with both smallholder and mill benefiting from better coffee and better sales.
In the cup, expect exactly what you want from a top quality fruit dried Ethiopian coffee. A burst of berry aromas and flavors, fruity acidity, syrupy body, and lasting sweet finish.
Please note, if you are signing up for a subscription for our Ethiopian coffee, the farm/lot name may change throughout the year as we receive new harvest lots. We aim to sources loys with similar flavor profiles harvest to harvest.