Duck Rabbit’s naturally processed Ethiopian is like a crème brûlée with berry compote
Producer Tariku Mengesha manages several small farms around the kebele of Chelchele in Ethiopia’s famed Yirgacheffe region. Grown at some of the highest elevations, this naturally processed lot is packed with berries notes. Duck Rabbit noted berry hard candies, floral blueberry, banana, and an orange citric acidity. We tasted sweet berries, cherry, jasmine, crème brûlée, with a lemon acidity and a silky body.
Bag Size: 12 oz (340 g)
Origin: Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
Elevation: 2100 MASL
Varietal: Heirloom Process: Natural
Roaster Tasting Notes: Berry Hard Candies, Floral Blueberry, Blackberry, Strawberry, Banana, Jasmine
We Tasted: Sweet Berries, Jasmine, Cherry, Crème Brûlée
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Coffee: 18g ground medium-fine (setting 4 ⅙ on Ode Gen 1)
Steps: Bloom 30g for 30 seconds, pour to 200g and allow water to drain through, then pour to a final weight of 285g
Total Brew Time: 2:40 min
Special Notes: We recommend brewing coffees at least one week after roasting.