2 Lbs. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

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A rich dry blended coffee with fruity, wine-like tones and some wild notes in the finish. This coffee is famous for its 'wine in the bottle' aroma when cupped. Grown in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, where arabica coffee beans were first found growing wild over a thousand years ago.  Professional tasters have noted hints of lemon lime, floral, and plum in this coffees flavor.

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Average rating 9.375 out of 10 ( based on 8 reviews )

Ethiopian Coffees are the Best !!

Review by Priest98 on 9/27/2005

Pros: I have been roasting and enjoying this coffee for about three years and each time I seem to taste something I didn't taste the time before. I enjoy it by itself or blended with Colombian, always a great cup.

Cons: I don't have any bad comments about this coffee. It did take me a while to figure out the roast that taste best,to me, but it had nothing to do with the coffee itself, just my personal preference

Best of the lot

Review by Mark W. on 4/24/2009

Pros: I've tried 8 different types of coffee (took advantage of the special discount) and this is my favorite by far. Never had anything as wonderful before.

Simply: WOW!

Review by Greg W. on 5/29/2009

Pros: I don't know why people continue to rave about Hawaiian Kona when they could have Yirgacheffe instead! By far the best brew I've ever tasted. Even if it's ground from 2-week old roasted beans and left in the pot all morning it's still fabulous!

Not the standard roaster

Review by Norm on 1/8/2018

I have not tried this coffee yet (resting) but for the roasting - It is not like others! 99% of my other coffees enlarge after drying (the yellow to tan phase) these little buggers don't get bigger until half way between the first crack and the second. = in the air rosters do 3 scopes instead of 4, else you burn them during the drying and first crack because they are not fluidized like normal coffee after the yellow phase. I hope to update the tasting in a week or two.


Review by Keith on 2/11/2018

We never drank this alone, so I can't say how it tastes as single origin. We blend Brazil Estate, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, and Costa Rican SHB EP Tarrazu La Pastora. Amazing! No discernible acidity, full body, and blend of earthy, chocolate, and floral notes. It does get challenging to get all these in one place. For this bean, oxidizing is key. Let it rest for 3 days before grinding, in a jar with lid sitting on loose

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