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Single Origin - Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kochere Natural Grade 1 - Filter Roast

$16.00
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The Yirgacheffe Kochere Natural Grade 1 comes from selected farmers in the Kocher, Werda, Beloya and Kebele areas in the Gerdeyo Zone. The loamy soil is rich in nitrogen and slightly acidic helped high humidity and an annual rainfall of 1190 – 1500 mm. The coffee is processed at a dry mill in an area known as Bojiie. It’s owner, Israel Degfa has built a dedicated, enclosed greenhouse like structure so the drying coffee is protected from rain, smoke or other odours.

Bean Details:

  • Region Gedeyo Zone, SNNPR Region
  • Producer Small holder farms in the Kocher, Werda, Beloya, Kebele areas
  • Harvest: November - January
  • Type: Arabica
  • Varietals: Heirloom 
  • Processing: Natural
  • Altitude: 1800 - 2200 MASL
  • Prep: Hand picked, sundried

In the cup: Currants, berry, fruity, honey, caramel, subtle citrus & blueberry. An amazing, lovely cup.

Great with all pour over, Cold Brew, Trinity & Filter coffee for this light roast. 

If you like your beans to be ground, please let us know in the order comments at checkout what coffee maker you have. If it's an espresso machine, please state the make and model.

 

 

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  • 5
    Lovely coffee

    Posted by M Wallace on 19th Feb 2021

    Used for espresso, with appropriate steps taken due to light roast (ie, higher temp, pre-infusion, super-fine grind, lower pressure, longer extraction time, 1:3 ratio etc)
    Delicious coffee when had as espresso. Could prob unlock cleaner flavours as filter, but no complaints at all about bean/roast character.

  • 4
    Quality but Bitter

    Posted by Joshua Goodman on 25th Jan 2021

    Clearly a very high quality coffee, we were happy with it, however the bitterness of black tea definitely dominated the subtler, fruitier flavours. When I blended this with a slightly fruitier [espresso roast] Ethiopian, it performed really well.

  • 5
    Distinct flavour that sets it apart from the rest

    Posted by Greg on 19th Apr 2018

    I first had a cup of this at Bondi Junction in 2015. The barista advised that there is a distinct berry flavour educed by light roasting. I had heard descriptions before about flavours that you would find in coffee but most of the time I couldn’t detect them. First taste and I was blown away. Very distinct berry flavour. I have tried another brand in the interim and whilst it was very good. A recent visit to Rosebery and I had to revisit Yirgacheffe. So much more depth and punch. The berry reminds me of juniper. It is offset by a caramel flavour. Highly recommended.