With aromas of dried blackcurrant, mango, and Swiss chocolate, it's clear from the start that this natural-process offering is something special. The creamy body carries prominent kiwi and mango notes, with tamarind acidity and milk chocolatey sweetness. Aftertastes of coriander and hazelnut complete the unique and memorable cup.
Producer: Beyen Dore
Farm: Beyen Dore's 17-hectare farm
Altitude: 6,230 feet
Notes: Blackcurrant, Kiwi, Tamarind
Imported by our friends at Keffa Coffee.
Unlike most Ethiopian coffees, which consist of lots grown by many smallholders processed together at cooperatively-owned washing stations, this selection comes from a single farm in Yirgacheffe. And it shows: it's rare to taste a natural-process Ethiopian coffee with such distinctive complexity. Rather than the typical juicy blueberry bomb, this coffee has layers of fruit and nut notes with a creamy mouthfeel that sets it apart.