Flavor Profile: Berries, Nuts, Chocolate, and maybe even a hint of sweet wine.
Ethiopia is accredited by most to be the birthplace of coffee around 850 AD.
The story goes that a young goat herder named Kaldi noticed increased energy in his flock after munching on the coffee fruits. Young Kaldi decided to try it for himself and soon become infatuated with coffee.
Yirgacheffe is a small region where the beans thrive because of the high elevations, thick vegetation, and healthy soil provided by the warm and tropical climate.
Our Yirgacheffe Ethiopian coffee beans are a medium roast and are good hot or cold.
Ethiopian coffee is the one bag I reach for when I want to sip black coffee all day.
It is that coffee that is just as good at 6 am when I placed it in my cup as it is at 6 pm if I let it sit and drank it later.
If you like coffee without flavors, milk, and sugar this is a must-go-to brew.
Note: Coffee label enlarged to show detail.