Guji coffee has been receiving a lot of attention from the specialty coffee world in the past several years, and for good reason. Many privately owned washing stations have sprung up recently in an area that has traditionally processed coffee using a natural (dry) method. The quality of these natural coffees can be outstanding, which isn’t surprising considering the area’s close proximity to Yirgacheffe.
“Close” is relative in terms of travel in Ethiopia where 100 km can mean a 10-hour drive, silver lining being the incredible variety of terrain and culture at relatively short distances.
Despite being located near to Yirgacheffe (as the crow flies,) we’ve seen a huge diversity of coffee profiles from Guji Zone, ranging from the sweet lemon candy and floral tea you might expect from the area, to heavy green melon, peach and rose flavours.
The natural process coffees are also spectacular, Grade 1 Naturals typically require additional labor-intensive drying and cherry sorting practices, resulting in more distinct, mixed berries fruit flavors with bergamot brightness. This coffee meant to be enjoyed with a friend or a partner, highlighting its aromatics and jammy sweetness
Brewing Recipe :
1 : 15
1st of March 三月一號
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Woon man L.
I use this bean to make coldbrew. It's a juicy coffee with floral aroma & moderate acidity, sweetness lingering in the mouth.