Society Coffee Ethiopia Single Origin

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chelchele Washed

Lemon Curd | Roasted Almond | Chinese Jasmine Tea

Medium body | Crispy & Clean | Black tea like aftertaste

Roasted: Medium

Suitable forFilter/Espresso

Producer: 675 small holder producers around the Chelchele Mill
Region: Kochere, Gedeo
Altitude: 1850-2150 m.a.s.l.
Harvest:  Jan-Feb, Nov - Dec
Varieties:  Ethiopia Heirloom
Processed: Washed then dried on African Bed

    In this enchanting country, coffee is not just a drink; it's an integral part of their culture and heritage. Ethiopian farmers, around 675 of them, work tirelessly to cultivate this precious bean using four different systems. We've got forest coffee, semi-forest coffee, garden coffee, and plantation coffee. Each system adds its own unique touch to the flavor, making it a delightful adventure for your taste buds.
     
    But let's talk about the star of the show – the Ethiopian coffee itself. Oh boy, the flavors and aromas are out of this world! Imagine sipping a cup that's crisp, sweet, and intriguing. It's like a dance of jasmine, lemon zest, peach, sandalwood, and almond in every aromatic sip. And the taste? Pure bliss. A rich, velvety experience that will leave you wanting more. It's the epitome of class and sophistication, my friends.
     
    So, if you're ready to embark on a coffee adventure like no other, make sure to get your hands on some Ethiopian Yirgacheffe. It's a cup of pure delight, brewed with love and passion from generation to generation. Trust us, it's an experience you won't want to miss!

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    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chelchele Washed

    Lemon Curd | Roasted Almond | Chinese Jasmine Tea

    Medium body | Crispy & Clean | Black tea like aftertaste

    Roasted: Medium

    Suitable forFilter/Espresso

    Producer: 675 small holder producers around the Chelchele Mill
    Region: Kochere, Gedeo
    Altitude: 1850-2150 m.a.s.l.
    Harvest:  Jan-Feb, Nov - Dec
    Varieties:  Ethiopia Heirloom
    Processed: Washed then dried on African Bed

      In this enchanting country, coffee is not just a drink; it's an integral part of their culture and heritage. Ethiopian farmers, around 675 of them, work tirelessly to cultivate this precious bean using four different systems. We've got forest coffee, semi-forest coffee, garden coffee, and plantation coffee. Each system adds its own unique touch to the flavor, making it a delightful adventure for your taste buds.
       
      But let's talk about the star of the show – the Ethiopian coffee itself. Oh boy, the flavors and aromas are out of this world! Imagine sipping a cup that's crisp, sweet, and intriguing. It's like a dance of jasmine, lemon zest, peach, sandalwood, and almond in every aromatic sip. And the taste? Pure bliss. A rich, velvety experience that will leave you wanting more. It's the epitome of class and sophistication, my friends.
       
      So, if you're ready to embark on a coffee adventure like no other, make sure to get your hands on some Ethiopian Yirgacheffe. It's a cup of pure delight, brewed with love and passion from generation to generation. Trust us, it's an experience you won't want to miss!