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Ethiopian natural

Roast Type: Blonde Roast

Sourced from: ETH

Producer: Kefyalew Obese

Elevation: 1944 meters

Varietals: Wolisho

Process: Other, Raised Beds

Harvest: November – February

Grown on a micro lot by the dedicated Kefyalew Obese and his small team, this coffee is a legacy of passion and expertise passed down through generations. Kefyalew, a descendant of at least four generations of coffee growers, carries not just the beans but the stories and dreams of his lineage.

Inheriting a 6-hectare farm in 2008, Kefyalew and his child, Melesse, have become custodians of a tradition and a land that is as much a part of them as they are of it. They cultivate the farming. Every cherry is picked at the pinnacle of ripeness, ensuring that each cup you savor is a symphony of flavors perfected by nature and nurtured by human hands.

 

But it’s not just about maintaining traditions; it’s about innovating within them. The Obeses constantly experiment with new processing methods and timings, always seeking that perfect balance that elevates their coffee to art. Their methodical approach involves trying small lots at different stations and replicating the processes of the most successful ones. This relentless pursuit of excellence is not just about creating the best coffee; it’s about honoring a legacy and pushing it into the future.

 

When you sip a cup of this Yirgacheffe coffee, you’re not just enjoying a warm, aromatic beverage. You’re partaking in a story that spans generations and continents. You’re connecting with Kefyalew, Melesse, and the countless others in their community who pour their hearts into every bean. This coffee is a bridge between worlds, a symbol of shared dreams and collective efforts, uniting lovers of this dark elixir across the globe.

 

In every cup, there’s a whisper of the Ethiopian highlands, a hint of ancestral wisdom, and a promise of continued excellence. It’s more than coffee; it’s a celebration of heritage, community, and the unifying power of a simple, yet extraordinary, cup of coffee.

Cupping Notes

Acidity: Very High

Body: Very High

Sweetness: Very High

Colo Coco

Roast Type: Medium Roast

Sourced from: Tolima, COL

Producer: 

Elevation: 1600 – 2000 meters

Varietals: Caturra, Colobia, Typica, Castillo

Process: 

Harvest: May – August

This coffee is not just a beverage; it’s a testament to the love of craft, the strength of community, and the unbreakable bonds formed over miles and cultures through a shared passion. Grown on a micro lot by the dedicated Kefyalew Obese and his small team, this coffee is a legacy of passion and expertise passed down through generations.

Kefyalew, a descendant of at least four generations of coffee growers, carries not just the beans but the stories and dreams of his lineage. Inheriting a 6-hectare farm in 2008, Kefyalew and his child, Melesse, have become custodians of a tradition and a land that is as much a part of them as they are of it. They cultivate the farming. Every cherry is picked at the pinnacle of ripeness, ensuring that each cup you savor is a symphony of flavors perfected by nature and nurtured by human hands.

 

But it’s not just about maintaining traditions; it’s about innovating within them. The Obeses constantly experiment with new processing methods and timings, always seeking that perfect balance that elevates their coffee to art. Their methodical approach involves trying small lots at different stations and replicating the processes of the most successful ones. This relentless pursuit of excellence is not just about creating the best coffee; it’s about honoring a legacy and pushing it into the future.

 

When you sip a cup of this Yirgacheffe coffee, you’re not just enjoying a warm, aromatic beverage. You’re partaking in a story that spans generations and continents. You’re connecting with Kefyalew, Melesse, and the countless others in their community who pour their hearts into every bean. This coffee is a bridge between worlds, a symbol of shared dreams and collective efforts, uniting lovers of this dark elixir across the globe.

 

In every cup, there’s a whisper of the Ethiopian highlands, a hint of ancestral wisdom, and a promise of continued excellence. It’s more than coffee; it’s a celebration of heritage, community, and the unifying power of a simple, yet extraordinary, cup of coffee.

Cupping Notes

Acidity: Very High

Body: Very High

Sweetness: Very High

Papua New Guinea Nebilyer valley

Roast Type: Dark Roast

Sourced from: Western Highlands, PNG

Producer: 

Elevation: 1600 – 2000 meters

Varietals: Caturra, Colobia, Typica, Castillo

Process: 

Harvest: May – August

This coffee is not just a beverage; it’s a testament to the love of craft, the strength of community, and the unbreakable bonds formed over miles and cultures through a shared passion. Grown on a micro lot by the dedicated Kefyalew Obese and his small team, this coffee is a legacy of passion and expertise passed down through generations.

Kefyalew, a descendant of at least four generations of coffee growers, carries not just the beans but the stories and dreams of his lineage. Inheriting a 6-hectare farm in 2008, Kefyalew and his child, Melesse, have become custodians of a tradition and a land that is as much a part of them as they are of it. They cultivate the farming. Every cherry is picked at the pinnacle of ripeness, ensuring that each cup you savor is a symphony of flavors perfected by nature and nurtured by human hands.

 

But it’s not just about maintaining traditions; it’s about innovating within them. The Obeses constantly experiment with new processing methods and timings, always seeking that perfect balance that elevates their coffee to art. Their methodical approach involves trying small lots at different stations and replicating the processes of the most successful ones. This relentless pursuit of excellence is not just about creating the best coffee; it’s about honoring a legacy and pushing it into the future.

 

When you sip a cup of this Yirgacheffe coffee, you’re not just enjoying a warm, aromatic beverage. You’re partaking in a story that spans generations and continents. You’re connecting with Kefyalew, Melesse, and the countless others in their community who pour their hearts into every bean. This coffee is a bridge between worlds, a symbol of shared dreams and collective efforts, uniting lovers of this dark elixir across the globe.

 

In every cup, there’s a whisper of the Ethiopian highlands, a hint of ancestral wisdom, and a promise of continued excellence. It’s more than coffee; it’s a celebration of heritage, community, and the unifying power of a simple, yet extraordinary, cup of coffee.

Cupping Notes

Acidity: Average

Body: Above Average

Sweetness: Average