At the washing station, in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia you’ll find beans from over 850 farms in the surrounding district. Carefully farmed by collectives around the area, the ethiopian climate creates a distinctive fruity taste to the beans.
The very high altitude at which these beans are grown only reinforces these fruity tastes, bringing out aspects like grapefruit and honey into your drink.
As these coffee cherries are processed through an underwater machine to remove the pulp, the beans lean more towards a low bodied coffee, meaning the cup will have a sort of tea-like consistency.
You will get the most out of these beans if you brew them through a pour over method. Use your v60, plunger or chemex type brewer to really get the fruity notes into your cup of coffee.