Burtukaana means “orange” in the Oromiffa language, and these coffees are round, citric, with stone fruit notes, and good structure overall. This lot comes from a washing station named Siko which was founded in 2017. Located in the Siko village of Uraga, Guji, this washing station produces quality cup profiles and high-scoring lots. The station buys cherries from around 500 neighbouring farmers, whose farms sit at a high altitude of 2100 - 2250 masl. The land’s rich, fertile, red soils and constant sunlight exposure allow the well-trained farmers to grow high-quality coffee.