This washed Ethiopian coffee was roasted by Talor Made in Oslo, Norway. Their tasting notes are apricot and elderflower. We chose to brew this coffee on the Kone with a 1:15 ratio of coffee to water.
20g coffee — medium grind
300g water — just off boil
30 second bloom (50g)
Finished pouring at 2:10
Finished draining at 2:35
A light, bright, and fruity washed coffee from Ethiopia. When hot the coffee has herbaceous notes of mint, lemongrass, and lavender. As it begins to cool, flavors of citrus and stone fruit emerge: think clementine, plum, and apricot. The finish of the coffee again hints toward the floral and herbaceous side, complimented by a simple and lingering sugarcane flavor.
A nice example of a washed Ethiopian coffee — fruity, floral, and herbal in equal quantities.