Tasting Notes: Lemon Custard and Raspberries
This pulped washed Ethiopia comes to us from the Uraga washing station. It receives cherries from farmers across the region. Coffees at this washing station are known for their bright citrus notes and tea like sweetness. The station is located in Guji, a coffee growing region that was once part of Yirgacheffe but whose microclimate produces such unique coffee, that it was allocated as its own coffee growing region. The coffee is dried on African drying beds for 14 days and are covered at midday to protect the coffee from peak sunshine and again at night to prevent dew moisture from seeping in.