Great for Drip & Espresso.
Zippy acidity, Strawberry, Floral Notes. No Fermented or Earthy notes.
On drip If you allow this coffee to "rest" after roasting, you're missing out. When it's hot off the roaster, the tangy fruity flavors seem to be the most apparent. Two days later, however, more sweetness and thicker mouthfeel open up an equally satisfying mug of coffee. But it is fun drinking this every morning and each day it has changed a little bit.
This is a NATURAL (Dry processed) Yirgacheffe coffee from the subregion of Gedeb and the Wuri mill. This area is also known as the Gedeo Zone and produces several lots of coffee each year, of varying quality. This legendary Gedeo Zone region in Gedeb by the Wuri Washing Station. The very best grade for an Ethiopia is Grade 1, but the mill decided to produce a special microlot better than Grade 1, so they are calling this Grade 0, and claiming zero defects. In fairness, I can't find any defects, so I think they achieved their goal. They also vacuum packed the coffee on site to keep it incredibly fresh. It comes to us in 33 pound bags and you hear the air whooshing in as soon as you slice into the bag. It's a fantastic hot coffee, but just as nice when iced.
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