This is a perfect example of a natural processed coffee. It is an Heirloom variety, and like other Ethiopians, is packed full of fruity blueberry and strawberry notes with a smooth milk chocolate finish. It comes from a farm located in the Durame Village of Kembata, Ethiopia.
This coffee is grown at 2100 meters above sea level where the soil is extremely fertile and ideal for growing high quality coffee beans. The farmers incorporate a 36-48-hour fermentation process in the wet mill and then use raised beds for drying the beans under the sun. The cherries that are unwashed spend 15-21 days drying to ensure they are ready. The resulting coffee is an extremely complex cup loaded with vivid notes of blueberry and blueberry. Did I mention blueberry?
Flavor notes: Blueberry! With hints of strawberry and milk chocolate.
Roast level: Light!
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