Hailing all the way from the Gedeo zone of the Yirgacheffe district in Ethiopia, this light-bodied brew traveled far to bring a bright, lemon-blueberry flavor to your cup. Between 650 and 700 small coffee farmers produce this product, including Surafel Birhanu, who sends us this varietal from his Kebel Aricha Coffee Mill. Here the beans are naturally-processed and showcase a pronounced berry flavor and a light cocoa aroma, making each sip clean and pure.
Tasting Notes: Blueberries, lemon and cocoa powder
Harvest: November to February
Elevation: 1,900-2,100 Meters
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