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From the producer: "This delightful bag of beans is from the Hambela Estate--the same farm as the Ethiopian component of our Black House Blend--the significant difference being that this batch of coffee is “washed-process”. This means that the beans were dried without the skin and pulp attached, which, in this case, results in a beautiful cup of bursting with brilliant, clean stone fruit notes of peach and nectarine. It’s an absolutely superb method of caffeine delivery."
From Modern Times Brew Co. in Point Loma, California: "12oz of whole bean radness, roasted fresh at the brewery. A blend of Ethiopian Hambela (fruit, berries, brightness) and Sumatra Mandehling (cocoa, caramel, earth), this mocha java-style blend is the same coffee we use in Black House, our year round oatmeal coffee stout. Recommended preparation method: pour over or cold press. Note: coffee may take 7-10 days to ship to ensure freshness."
From the roastery: "I’ll tell you what, this coffee’s a real heart starter. Think big grapefruit nose, even more grapefruit in the flavor, an intense sweetness, and a big bright finish. I’m talking 0-60 in a matter of a few sips. What’s also rad is that this coffee comes to us from a town called Ndimaini, where the super cool organization called the Gakuyu Cooperative Society is located. They are doing rad things, such as this coffee, so all in favor of the Gakuyu Cooperative Society say “AYE!”"
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From the producer: "We paired a natural processed Ethiopia Kochere with a natural processed Brazil Santa Rosa (another of our direct trade coffees), and they made a beautiful espresso baby. The flavors are incredibly complex and amazingly layered, starting with sweet blueberry, transitioning into bright orange, and ending on a luscious chocolate note. We found that the best brewing ratio was 21 grams of coffee to 52 grams of water, with a 29 second extraction time. Try it. It’ll blow your nips off."