Dried apricot & orange blossom

Sold out. A classic floral, elegant and crisp coffee from Ethiopia. This coffee has a great mouthfeel as well as a lot of dried fruits and florals. From the same washing station as the passionfruit & cream, it presents a much more vibrant and less funky cup.

Privately owned communal wet mill in Danbi Uddo – Shakiso, collecting cherries from various smallholders.

This washing station is owned by Faysel Abdosh. It’s a brand new wet mill in Shakiso that opened in 2014. They are already producing 8 containers of washed coffees and 7 containers of naturals. The grades will vary, and we are selecting the grade 1’s that also meets our expectations on the flavour attributes. They generally do lot separation based on 150 bags of parchment, equal to 100 bags of green.

There are 850 smallholder farmers delivering tiny amounts of cherries daily to the wet miller. On average, farmers are having a farm size of less than 1 hectare. Most coffees are organic by default. Organic compost is common, pruning less common. A farmer can typically have less than 1500 trees pr hectare, and 1 tree is typically producing cherries equal to less than 100 - 200 grams of green coffee.

  • Ethiopia

  • Guji

  • Danbi Uddo

  • Shakiso

  • Gigesa

  • Faysel Abdosh

  • Heirloom

  • Washed

  • 2017

  • 1900 masl

  • Nordic Approach

  • 250g

  • 72,84kr pr kg

  • Medium to light (ideal for filter brewing or very vibrant espresso)

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