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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe "From the Birthplace of Coffee !"



This Yirgacheffe Coffee is one of the most prized Eastern African coffees. When roasted to a dark level, it has a very smooth medium body and long, lingering finish. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee is one of the world’s most sought after coffees. Since Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and it has embedded history as the first coffee growing region, it's no wonder these beans are incredibly popular. Offering a softly fragrant aroma, these coffee beans have a subtle floral scent and a satisfyingly intensified finish that would leave any coffee drinker's palate wanting more.

These Ethiopian beans are hand-picked, which makes the quality rank high amongst other coffees. Processed through the wet-processing method, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe beans are fermented for over 72 hours after having their fruit and pulp removed by the use of natural enzymes. This process allows the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe to absorb the sugars in the coffee fruit, creating a stronger full-body flavor in comparison to the dry-method of processing coffee.

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee beans are known for having a warm zing, which makes this coffee bean distinctive enough to rank as one of the finest. However, what makes this African coffee bean stand out is its resonant finish – a highly-flavored mix that does not overpower with an earthy taste. If you are looking for a taste of coffee history, the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe beans have everything your palate could ask for!

Grown on the rolling hills of Southeastern Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe gourmet coffee in now know as Ethiopia's Crown & Glory because of distinctive flavor & extremely high quality. For hundreds of years this Ethiopian coffee has been harvested by hand and then doubled sorted. Each years harvest is wet processed to improve it's clean floral notes and reduce it's acidity full bodied with wonderful mild earthy flavors, this coffee is roasted to medium to bring of it deepest flavors and produces a unique fragrance that lingers into an intensified finish. it brings to the table a deep sweet rich and smooth flavor making it a contender for Africans best coffee award. We are very confident that our freshly roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee is one you will soon not forget, this is truly one of the most distinctive coffees you will every drink.

Cupping Notes: This coffee is fragrant, full-bodied & has a deep sweet rich and smooth highly-flavored mix that is not overpowering with an earthy taste.

ROASTED IN SMALL BATCHES TO GUARANTEE AN EVEN, MEDIUM ROAST - Small batch roasting is more expensive because of labor costs, but this roasting technique ensures that each batch of coffee is of superior quality and roasted evenly to the desired roast profile, not mass produced. This process draws out the best possible flavor in each batch. Small batch roasting permits a higher quality of standards in coffee throughout the complete process: from picking out the correct coffee beans, to choosing the correct charge & drop temperature & then to slowly roasting each small batch to perfection.

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The Legends Lives On....... From the Birthplace of Coffee.


Legend has it that in 850 A.D. a goat herder named Kaldi discovered – in the African country of Ethiopia – what we now know as the modern day coffee plant. Curious, Kaldi wanted to know what could be responsible for the "queer antics of his flock." Fearing his sheep possessed, Kaldi paid close observation from high on the mountain and watched as his herd nibbled red berries from the branch of a strange tree. When he sampled the berries himself, he felt a surge of exhilaration and rushed to tell the local Imam. That night the two shared a concoction made of the berries, pranced around, and generally got pretty tanked on caffeine. When they finally dozed off, legend has it that Mohammed appeared to the Imam and said the berries enhanced wakefulness – and wakefulness promoted prayer. Prayer, counseled Mohammed, was better than sleep. Sooner than you can say percolate, the Imam and his monastery became famous throughout Arabia for the spirited praying of its coffee-drinking brethren. Soon others in the old world were clamoring for the newly discovered bean.