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Ethiopia Yirgacheffe - Green Coffee Beans

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe - Green Coffee Beans

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Our Regional Series Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Wet Processed coffee is from a region known for explosively floral and lemony aromas and flavors, soft-toned yet rich acidity, medium- to medium-light body, and a lingering floral finish.

Our Regional Series are coffees from the most famous and well regarded coffee-growing regions from around the world.  These coffees highlight the typical flavors, aromas, and essential characteristics of the particular region and/or sub regions.  Try our regional series to get an example of these famous coffee regions!

AcidityMedium
BodyLight
CountryEthiopia
ProcessingWet
RegionAfrica
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Deliciousness
Joshua R on Dec 10, 2018
Had it before and like it!
Richard S on Sep 15, 2018
Deliciousness
Joshua R on Dec 10, 2018
Second favorite coffee ever
Robert Blouch on Oct 30, 2018
Had it before and like it!
Richard S on Sep 15, 2018
This is one of my favorites. Works well as a City to Full City +. Chocolate notes.
Scot R on Aug 14, 2018
This worked well in my Behmor roaster last time
Michael Blair H on Aug 11, 2018
mixing decaf and caf
David M on Jun 7, 2018
Second favorite coffee ever
Robert Blouch on Oct 30, 2018
This is one of my favorites. Works well as a City to Full City +. Chocolate notes.
Scot R on Aug 14, 2018
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Smooth and tasty, one of our favorites!
This is a great coffee, we roast it just about to full city, very nice!
February 2, 2018
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1 year ago
Great, but not a favorite for others it seems
Just went through 15lbs. I personally enjoyed its brightness a lot. I've noticed it's much more difficult to dial in the right roast with it. Seems to be a very fine line between "not quite done" and "burnt to a crisp." Very unforgiving in that regard it seems. But when you get it right, it's superb.

I noticed that when I made it for others, they weren't as keen on it. I think that the general bias and familiarity with South American coffee flavors may have something to do with it.
January 18, 2017