Ethiopia | Mormora
Jam packed with fruity goodness, this coffee is typical of a Guji natural. And that's not a bad thing.
1900 - 2000
Notes from the curator
Mormora Farm's 200 hectares are mostly comprised of coffees grown under the shade of a forest canopy. Hand-picked coffee cherries are delivered to the natural drying station after hand-sorting to remove any unripe, overripe, or damaged fruit and to maintain the inherent quality of the coffee. This coffee is typical of the region and the process and that's not a bad thing. Packed with fruity flavors but balanced with nice citrus acidity and a bit of flowery on the nose.
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Duotone was born equally from a love of coffee and music. Both have the power to bring people together, which is, in our opinion, what life is all about. We hope you can take the time to slow down, put on a record, and enjoy a cup with someone you care about.Read more...
Not bitter at all! Favorite by far!