In 2006 Daye Bensa Coffee was established by two brothers – Asefa & Mulugeta Dukamo who have been working within the Sidama region in coffee. They operate 16 washing stations and 4 dry mills within Sidama. The Durato Bombe is collected from 626 farmers in Durato of Bombe Kebele (village) in the Bensa Woreda (district) of the Sidama zone. The village shares its name with the mountain of Bombe on which the coffee grows. Meticulous processing occurs at the Qunqna mill where it is sun-dried as whole cherry for 10-15 days creating a fruit-forward and complex flavor profile. In the cup, look for raspberry and pineapple, a floral and fragrant retronasal, and high-bodied milk chocolate.