Roast Level: Light
Elevation: 1850-2000 ASL
Tasting Notes: Pineapple, Strawberry, & Black Tea
Description: This organically grown Ethiopian Limu comes from the Burka Gudina Estate. The estate uses 150 hectares of farmland for coffee production and employs 120 people during the peak season. We love small farms and we absolutely love this Ethiopia here at Local Roasters! The complexity that this coffee shows is truly unique. Bright, but not overly acidic, this cup starts with strong notes of pineapple on the nose. Gently turning into notes of strawberry cake on the tongue, with a bit of sweet lemon. There’s even some floral notes, very much like wild honeysuckle, along with a strong black tea note on the back end. With its medium body, it really lets all of this complexity shine. Accompanied by a creamy mouthfeel, you get a smooth and lingering finish.