Like most Ethiopian coffees, this complex coffee is the fruit of the village working together. With an average land of 1-5 acres, the farmers pick their ripe cherries to deliver to the washing station. This coffee has everything you could want: acidity, lingering sweetness, a complexity of spice, and a dash of florals.
Bag Size: 11oz
Roaster Tasting Notes: Peach Black Tea, Apple Cider, and Orange Candy.
We Tasted: We tasted Nectarine, Brown Sugar, Jasmine, Green Apple, and Peach.
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The coffee roasters at Feast are on a mission to help coffee drinkers connect with the world around them through specialty coffee. Born in 2016, the husband-and-wife Eric and Lisa Schuler launched their Redding, CA-based coffee company with a mission is to share good times and amazing coffee with everyone they meet. They believe in growing a business rooted in authenticity, passion, and the curiosity to blaze new trails.
For espresso, try a 1:3 ratio at 30 seconds. For pour over try a 1:16 ratio at 3 minutes, followed by a 10% bypass.