Gentle sweet tones with an interesting wine-like flavour.
Coffees of this calibre bring out an intense brightness as you would expect from such a prized origin. Gentle sweet tones with an interesting wine-like flavour. The texture is very prominent and possesses similar tannin texture as found in wine with floral fruity-like notes
Coffee drinking has remained a central part of Ethiopian culture. The ceremony begins by pounding the roasted coffee with a mortar and pestle releasing the irresistible inviting citric aroma. This sacred powder is then brewed in a narrow neck pot over hot sand. As the heat increases the sweet floral aroma bellows out and the flavour is quite unique, subtle orange, bitter chocolate notes with bright acidity and a wine-like flavour.
Only exceptional coffee grows at these extremely high altitudes of 1,800-2,200 masl which provides small intense fruit with a very dry lengthy finish.
Grown organically by nature and spread throughout Ethiopia you can find slight different attributes between the regions. We rotate or combine Guji, Sidamo and Yirgacheffe depending on the seasonal flavours.
- Bag Size 250g, 500g, 1kg
- Altitude 1,800-2,200 masl
- Varietal Native Mocha arabica
- Process Hand picked, washed and unwashed
- Aroma Fresh citrus, strawberry-like, tea
- Acidity Bright and lively
- Body Medium
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