Notes of Lavender, Blueberry and Passionfruit
Ethiopia is well known for both its washed and natural processed coffees each offering a unique flavour profile distinct to this origin. Naturals, in particular, are often gateway coffees to speciality, and having tasted them for the first time, people find it almost impossible to go back to bland and dull commodity coffees.
Adola washing station is situated at 1700 metres above sea level, and cherries are collected from the local small farms, these coffee trees are grown from 1500 metres to 2500 metres.. The specialty natural processed coffees are dried for 15 to 18 days with additional spacing on African beds and have the utmost care taken with moisture readings as it dries. There is constant aeration around the cherries as they dry, and the coffee is turned by hand frequently to prevent defects from moisture. The coffee is covered at midday to shield it from UV rays and covered during rainfall and overnight to prevent exposure to moisture. This attention to detail and care translates to a beautiful and elegant final cup.
*Although we make every attempt to have seasonal coffee available to order, occasionally some products are not available to ship immediately because we are in the process of hand-roasting them.*
The roastery dispatch web orders via Royal Mail weekly. All orders of a single 250g bag will be posted Second Class, orders with multiple bags will be posted First Class. For faster delivery please contact firstname.lastname@example.org