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Coffee of the week - #14-16

Summer is here and we are delighted to share with you a fresh Ethiopian coffee. It works particularly well as espresso and as iced coffee when the days are warm. If you brew too much coffee, leave the left overs in the fridge for a couple of hours and see how it works out, doesn't have to be harder than that.

This week Jacu has roasted our coffee. The small roaster on the West Coast of Norway, worth a visit if you are doing a road trip this year. This specific coffee is from a private wetmill in Kochere, Yirgacheffe. Yirgacheffe is known for it’s clean, floral and juicy washed coffees with genuine and unique fruit and berry flavors. There are mainly small family plots of both recently planted trees of improved varietals and traditional old varieties. Organic fertilizer is common, pruning less common. We hope you enjoy it!

Warqee - Ethiopia

Region: Kochere, Yirgacheffe

Variety: Ethiopian Heirloom

Process: Washed

Roast Date: 29.06.2016

Second coffee of the week is Los Nogales from El Salvador, more closely the Ilamatepec in the Western part of the country. This is an old farm which cultivates its beans with ecology in mind, using natural fertilisers and no pesticides. The cherries are grown in the shade, developing a sweet taste.

Los Nogales - El Salvador

Region: Ilampatec

Variety: Bourbon

Process: 75%washed 25% natural

Roast Date: 29.06.2016

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