Eratoi 1 lot is produced by 15 small holders reside in Eratoi village in south west of Asia’s newest independent country, East Timor. The farms are located at an altitude of 1600m to 1700m above sea level. The village name of “Eratoi” comes from a local Mambae language meaning “rich in water” and as the name indicates, there are ample water available which makes wet-milling less difficult than other villages. Thanks to the hard works of the members, Eratoi 1 won the national cupping competition for 2 consecutive years in 2016 and 2017.
Eratoi village itself has 42 coffee growers and they are separated into 3 different groups; Eratoi 1, Eratoi 2 and Eratoi 3 to conduct meticulous quality assurance protocol.