Cup Characteristics: Strawberry Sweetness, Red Berry Acidity, Milk Chocolate Finish
This is a Grade 1 dry processed coffee from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. This coffee is from the Wote Konga Station in the Wote Konga Kebele in the Yirgacheffe region of Southern Ethiopia. The coffee is grown at an altitude of 1800 to 2200 meters. Approximately 800 farmers contribute to this station.
PROCESS: Natural / Dry Processed
VARIETAL: Ethiopia Heirloom, Grade 1
REGION: Yirgacheffe, Konga
ALTITUDE: 1,800 - 2,200 meters
PRODUCER: Various Small Farms
93 Points - COFFEE REVIEW 2015
What Coffee Review had to say:
Blind assessment: Richly and massively sweet and fruit-toned. Ripe, very slightly fermenty berry (blueberry, strawberry), wisteria, sandalwood, roasted cacao nib, brown sugar in aroma and cup. Round, resonant acidity; full, syrupy mouthfeel. Sandalwood and a chocolaty sweetness dominate in a rich finish.
Who should drink it: Those who value a big but balanced version of the lushly sweet, fruit-forward style of “natural” or dried-in-the-fruit coffee.
Posted by Sarah on 26th Dec 2015
I bought this coffee as a Christmas gift for my husband. It was so tasty!