Notes of sweet, peach, creamy, heavy body, caramel, lemon, tea-like.
As the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia has a unique relationship with the bean. The plant grows wild in their forests and it was there that it was first harvested and cultivated. As a result, the traditions and culture surrounding coffee are old and deep. More So than in any other part of the world, coffee is part of their heritage.
These beans come from the Worka Cooperative, a washing station that serves around 900 local farms in and around the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. The collected beans are processed in the washed method. The majority of these farmers are growing in household garden size plots in order to supplement other income and to provide coffee for home use.