Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kore Kochere - Dry Process

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kore Kochere - Dry Process

If you had the Dumerso a few years back and remember the fruit bombness of it, this one should bring back any memories.Fruity, floral, clean (for a dry process) and super sweet. 

I've wanted to carry a Dry Process coffee for awhile but it never quite synced up. Last year I had them in short supply and wasn't able to get them out to wholesale accounts quick enough before all the good lots sold out. These coffees tend to sell out. So I've contracted for at least 3 more bags - we've already run through three. Sometime into 2017 this... Read More

If you had the Dumerso a few years back and remember the fruit bombness of it, this one should bring back any memories.Fruity, floral, clean (for a dry process) and super sweet. 

I've wanted to carry a Dry Process coffee for awhile but it never quite synced up. Last year I had them in short supply and wasn't able to get them out to wholesale accounts quick enough before all the good lots sold out. These coffees tend to sell out. So I've contracted for at least 3 more bags - we've already run through three. Sometime into 2017 this coffee should still be going strong as they tend to last longer than washed coffees do. It's the most expensive coffee after the Costa and when you pay a premium for a coffee from Ethiopia quality usually matches. Not always, but usually. I spent higher than I'd like but it showcases my ability to source good coffee and then roast that not like a jerk - that rises above any generic "ethiopia natural" coffee around me geographically. 

Lastly this is the type of coffee that is the counter to people who say strong and attach it to "dark" coffee. That is to say coffee that is entirely roast driven with a taste note like "smokey".  This coffee is a good 40-60 degrees away from that and several minutes roast time. What Im saying is you're into that "light" roast world full on. And it will knock your socks off - even if you add a slight amount of cream. 

 

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