We’re in love with this delicate washed coffee: lush and tea-like with lots of jasmine and lots of ripe peach wrapped in a light, silky body. Brew it up for a peaceful, easy feeling, and refill at will.
Bedhatu Jibicho has been managing her farm for over 50 years, and she’s used as a local example of superb harvesting technique. Look for notes of peach, cocoa, and jasmine in this cup.
"I enjoyed this one quite a bit more then other lighter coffees. It has a very fruity/sweet after taste. " (4 out of 5)
"I liked this a lot. It had those floral and tea-like notes that first got me into Ethiopian coffees but which are often lost to darker roasting. Would get again. " (5 out of 5)
"This was a really good cup of coffee but I did find it was a little too light. It really was more like a darker tea type of coffee." (3 out of 5)
"I did like this roast. But it didn't take my breath away like some coffees do. I wouldn't be disappointed if this showed up in a sampler box or someone sent it to me as a gift. I liked it enough for that. However, it's not the best roast I've tried in a while, and I wouldn't reach for it first." (3 out of 5)
"A bit light for my taste but still rich in flavor. One of the better light coffee's I have attempted!" (2 out of 5)
"I'm really loving the Ethiopian Gedebs! This a beautiful light roast that gives you the floral and the very slight fruit notes that leave you wanting more. A dash of cream doesn't drown the flavor, it'll add to it. Highly recommend this coffee!" (5 out of 5)
"One of my favorites from Ladro. Bought a bag and savored using it in my super automatic espresso maker, v60 and Kalita wave. Only thing left is cold brew and Chemex. " (4 out of 5)
"Very tasty!! Great aroma! Hints of peach, cocoa, and jasmine." (4 out of 5)
"My husband loves this coffee. Every morning he looks forward to making a pot and taking it to work. I had to buy more of this roast. " (5 out of 5)