Located within Sidama, Yirgacheffe is a small region in southern where the beans thrive.
The plants grow naturally thanks to its thick vegetation, healthy soil, and high elevations.
Ethiopia provides a warm and tropical climate with moderate wet and dry seasons.
Wet processing began in Ethiopia in the 1970s.
Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia was the birth-place of the first wet processing mill.
Instead of being picked and dried immediately, wet processing requires thorough washing.
The coffee beans soak in giant water vats immediately after they’re picked.
Once they are clean, the beans sit on rotating beds for 48 to 72 hours.
This dries the entire bean evenly.
Wet processing removes the traditional fermented Yirgacheffe flavors and creates a lighter bodied coffee bean with citrus and floral notes.
Wet processing is a modern method that creates a more consistent flavor.
This method produces Yirgacheffe coffee that can be marketed as a specialty product.
Since the climate is ideal, Yirgacheffe plants can be harvested without agricultural chemicals.
Yirgacheffe beans are harvested from October through December.
If you’re looking for a green and organic coffee, Yirgacheffe is an excellent choice.
Yirgacheffe beans are bright and beautiful.
They’re ideal for both hot and cold brews.
The beans make a delicious light or medium-roast with distinctive floral notes.
It creates a mellow coffee with a mild body. If you don’t like strong coffee flavors, Yirgacheffe is for you.
When indulging in Yirgacheffe coffee, expect to experience flavors of:
The taste is clean and offers a vibrant finish. Finer, high-quality Yirgacheffe blends sometimes have a toasted coconut flavor.
|ETHIOPIA W. YIRGACHEFFE|
|BERRY NOTES . VELVETY BODY . FRUIT SWEETNESS|
|Fruit sweetness,berry notes,balance out with delicate acidity.|
|Chocolate finish & velvety body|
|LEVEL ROASTED||LIGHT- MEDIUM|
|A BEAN IMPORTING BY BLAGU COFFEE ROASTER|