Shop Coffee - Single Origin
Tangerine | Dried Flower | Lemongrass
We felt like Fortuna was on our side. We received a sample of this Ethiopian coffee, and coffee from this origin never ceases to surprise us. It's always a new thing. We realized that coffee isn't just black, like space. If we pay more attention and find out more, space has many colors. So is coffee, there are many new experiences caused by differences in origins, varieties, post-harvest processing, roasting, to the brewing process. We got this coffee and glad to be sharing this with you.
Tabe Burka Washing Station is managed by Tadesse Edema since 2008. He was one of the first people who built a washing station in his area. Farmers selectively handpick cherries and deliver them to Tabe Burka station. Cherries are sorted then pulped and fermented for 36-72 hours. During fermentation, the water is replaced 3 times. After fermentation, parchment is run through a washing channel to remove the remaining mucilage. They push parchment through the channels. Once clean, the parchment soaked for an additional 8 to 12 hours.
This fully washed coffee is a perfect example of why we love coffees from Ethiopia. It is a sweet and balanced cup, low acidity with more sweetness. You’ll get a fruity smell like tangerine, white grape, and a hint of apricot at the finish. You might get the aromatic dried flower and lemongrass in the aroma. The longer you let this cool, the more you will get it out. This coffee is quickly becoming our favorite, but whatever the brew method, no matter how you brew it, we know you will enjoy this coffee.
Origin: Uraga, Guji, Ethiopia
Washing Station: Tabe Burka
Variety: JARC 74110, JARC Varieties, Local Lancfraces
Process: Fully Washed
Altitude: 1800 to 2200 masl
Notes: Tangerine, Dried Flower, Bergamot, Lemongrass, Apricot, White Grape
Aroma : Tangerine, Dried Flower, Lemongrass