Actually, the coffee’s full name is Bona Qeqe Zuria Ayele. The etymology behind the name: Bona Qeqe (or Bona Kike) is a small town in the Bona Zuria district of Sidama region, and Ayele Tulu is the name of the owner of the washing station responsible for processing our coffee. In terms of its taste profile, it is more like a wet-processed coffee, but it is certainly a semi-dry (honey) batch. This processing method, which is not yet widespread in Ethiopia and does not even exist according to official documents, has begun its conquest in the last few years. Whether it will be successful in the long term is up to you, dear coffee lovers.