Award Winning Specialty Coffee
Region/Country: Ana Sora, Guji, Ethiopia
Farm: Various farmers
Processing Method: Fully washed, dried on raised beds
Varietal: Ethiopian Heirloom
In the cup: Guava, Peach, & Buttery
Thousands of small scale coffee farmers live in the famous growing region of Guji, Ethiopia. Most of their farms are less than 20 hectares featuring coffee plants interspersed with mango and banana trees which are thought to impart fruit flavors on the terroir. Coffee cherries are collected at a centralized mill where they are depulped and allowed to ferment in tanks for 72 hours. After fermentation the coffee is washed, then dried on raised beds. The resulting coffees are exceptionally clean and fruity.
One 12 oz. bag of whole bean Arabica coffee.
As a coffee lover, my partner visited this store while on vacation and brought me this coffee to try and I was blown away! I put it in my French press to steep overnight for a cold brew and it’s smooth and very flavorful! By far the best I’ve made at home.
Delicious, creamy and low acid which puts it in the “could drink every day” category. All the new coffees being offered of late are delicious.
So far I have had the Ethiopia. It is, as to be expected, excellent. Great aroma when brewing, fabulous mouth feel, and sssmmmoooooth.
There is a reason I live in Texas yet still get my Mud Beans. Magic hands must do the roasting.