ETHIOPIA HARU SUKE NATURAL

Farmer: Yirgacheffe Haru Suke coffee farmers Area: Southern part of Ethiopia, Gediyo Area, Yirgacheffe. Altitude: up to 2300 Meters Above Sea Level Processing Method: Full matured red cherry selectively hand-picked, then sun-dried Variety: Ethiopia Heirloom read more bellow:

The Roasting House is proud to offer you Ethiopia Haru Suke, an exclusive winner of Ethiopian Taste of Harvest lot directly traded.

It is a beautifully fruity coffee with a present fragrance of strawberry and rich flavours reminiscent to cherry, other red berries, and chocolate, best detectable and enjoyed after a few days post roast rest. Its body is super juicy and smooth, with a nudge of tart acidity. A complex coffee with a genuinely pleasant taste.

Coffee farmers in this community first let the cherries fully mature in the tree, before harvesting and naturally drying them on perforated and raised coffee tables known as African Beds, with care to rake the coffee daily. Cherries are covered occasionally to protect them against the scorching heat, then once again at night time to protect them against the rain. Extra hand-picked to the highest Ethiopian coffee standards (Grade 1), it’s then wrapped in hermetic sealed bags before being bagged in our own branded jutes and shipped to us. Goes very well with pour-over but for the absolute dare-devils a fantastic sweet tart acidity infused espresso.

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ر.س.‏ 69.00 incl tax

The Roasting House is proud to offer you Ethiopia Haru Suke, an exclusive winner of Ethiopian Taste of Harvest lot directly traded.

It is a beautifully fruity coffee with a present fragrance of strawberry and rich flavours reminiscent to cherry, other red berries, and chocolate, best detectable and enjoyed after a few days post roast rest. Its body is super juicy and smooth, with a nudge of tart acidity. A complex coffee with a genuinely pleasant taste.

Coffee farmers in this community first let the cherries fully mature in the tree, before harvesting and naturally drying them on perforated and raised coffee tables known as African Beds, with care to rake the coffee daily. Cherries are covered occasionally to protect them against the scorching heat, then once again at night time to protect them against the rain. Extra hand-picked to the highest Ethiopian coffee standards (Grade 1), it’s then wrapped in hermetic sealed bags before being bagged in our own branded jutes and shipped to us. Goes very well with pour-over but for the absolute dare-devils a fantastic sweet tart acidity infused espresso.

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