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Ethiopia - Haro Welabu natural anaerobic

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    Origin : Ethiopia
    Region : Guji, Haro Welabu
    Farm : Kerchanshe washing station
    Varietal : Ethiopia Landraces
    Altitude : 1 700 - 2 200 m
    Process : Natural, anaerobic
    Tasting notes : Wild strawberry, cherry and sweet

    TASTING

    Juicy, sweet, on the red fruit, with a nice acidity. This is exactly the kind of coffee for which we want to use the expression “thirst quenching coffee".

    It's clean, refreshing, juicy. Not at all chocolatey, not creamy either. A non-textured natural? Why not!

    Our experience is closer to a red berry fruit juice. Original as a coffee, you will have an interesting tasting.

    ORIGIN

    A natural, anaerobic, organically grown coffee that also comes from Ethiopia; what a description! We were already very interested in tasting it, and we were not disappointed.

    Established 15 years ago, Kerchanshe has become one of the largest producers and exporters of coffee in Ethiopia. With 350 raised beds, their stations serve nearly 1900 farmers in the region. Kerchanshe creates impact by reinvesting 10% of its annual profits into social programs in its community of 100 coffee farmers in the southern and southwestern regions.

    NATURAL ANAEROBIC

    After harvesting, these grains underwent a four-day fermentation, without oxygen, in a fiberglass tank. They were then sun-dried on raised beds for 12 to 15 days.

    To learn more about coffee processing methods, we recommend this blog post.

    TASTING

    We suggest you try it in a filter, in good quantity, because we will certainly ask for another cup. Otherwise, as an espresso without milk for the initiated, long or short.

    Dare to try it as an iced coffee!

    Brewing parameters :
    Dry coffee : 18.5 grams
    Wet weight : 36 grams
    Time : 29 seconds
    Water temperature : 200° F (93° C)

    Help me choose the right grind.