Whenever we ask the Zoka team about their favorite coffees, this natural-process Ethiopian always tops the list. How can you not love a mug full of strawberries? Bright and fruity to the max, it’s a “natural” pick for breakfast. We’re jammin’.
Kossa Geshe of the Limmu Kossa region in Ethiopia boasts of its rare privilege to identify as a Native Heirloom varietal. Having undergone a natural processing method the Geshe screams notes of strawberry and black currant. With a crisp acidity and clean finish this Ethiopian coffee is anything but average.
"A very sweet and tangy cup of coffee. Still very drinkable even as it cools (pour over)."
"Loved the bright, fruity flavors of this coffee. It packs all the nice juiciness you'd expect from a high quality Ethiopia natural. Notes of honey, strawberry, berries. Picked up a little dark chocolate/grapefruit at the finish. "
"I brewed this with my french press. The beans prior to grinding had a hint of berry in the scent. I enjoyed this, it made a good cup of coffee."