The natural processing method on this roast lends a rich, yet crisp grape tartness and a syrupy, tea-with-honey finish. This coffee exhibits all the lovely fruitiness of a natural, with the floral elegance of a washed. A sweet, summery brew or a fine iced coffee.
Sourced from small farms in the Gedeo region, from all Grade 1 beans. This coffee has a delicious structure -- plenty of fruity acidity, a rich but not heavy body, and a lingering sweet honey finish. Notes of honey, red grape, and chocolate.
"This roast has a ton a flavor for a light roast. I really liked the floral hints and subtle spices in this one. I liked it significantly better from the chemex over a press. " (4 out of 5)
"It starts with a soft earthy nose and mild spiciness. The coffee tastes juicy + big sharp fruit. Lively dancing acidity. Fruit and herb at the end. " (5 out of 5)
"A terrific coffee, very well rounded cup. Brewed in a drip machine and French press, this coffee was bright, flavorful, and very satisfying. Some sweet notes and a smooth finish. Tried it hot and iced and it didn't disappoint. Definitely a coffee I will get again. " (5 out of 5)
"Brewed with both French press and chemex. Delightful in both. Perfect summer coffee with fruity notes and smooth velvet finish." (4 out of 5)
"An excellent bold blend that has a berry flavor right off the bat. With the fruit, you would expect some tartness but it's got a much lower acidity and smooth finish. This is a great coffee if you're looking for something a little different." (5 out of 5)
"First time I had this roaster's beans. I love Ethiopian beans. Tasty but not memorable. " (3 out of 5)
"Brewed using a V60-a decent cup of Ethiopian, just not the most flavorful. Smooth but I did't pick up on a lot of the flavors." (4 out of 5)