Von un.common: „This is everything we look for in a washed Ethiopian! A sweet, juicy, cup full of brightness and clarity.
Suke Quto Farm is stretched out over the high lands and valleys of the Odo Shakisso woreda. The volcanic soil found on the farm is very fertile. Tesfaye keeps the soil in shape by organic recycling through litterfall, root residue from coffee and shade trees. Suke Quto coffees are all Organic and Rainforest Alliance certified.
Tesfaye works together with 171 outgrowers that deliver cherries to the Suke Quto Washing and Drying Station.
Suke Quto is a progressive and large coffee growing farm where many of the inhabitants of Kumure and Suke villages work. The livelihoods of many people who work here rely on coffee production, therefore the future of this wonderful coffee lies with them. Trabocca have set up the Suke Quto School Project together with Tesfaye Bekele, founder of the Suke Quto farm. The goal is to build fully equipped schools for the children of the Kurume and Suke villages.“