Ethiopia Guji Cheri

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Ethiopia Guji Cheri

from 16.00

How does sweet and sticky molten chocolate cake oozing with strawberry preserves sound? If you said AWESOME – buy this mamma jamma.

origin: Sidama, Ethiopia
zone: Guji
wet mill: Cheri Station
elevation: 1850 - 2000 MASL
process: natural
variety: Heirloom
harvest: 2016
cupping notes: sweet + strawberry + fudge

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ABOUT PERC COFFEE
Foxy Loxy Cafe and it's affiliates are proud to exclusively sell and serve locally roasted PERC Coffee. PERC Coffee searches the world for insanely awesome coffees. Sourcing seasonally ensures the coffee is always at the peak of its potential. They craft unique roast profiles to highlight each coffee’s natural wonders. Their passion and attention to detail extend beyond the roast. In everything they do, from seed to cup and every stop between, they are driven to deliver memorable experiences.


BREW RECOMMENDATION
Let’s go with the Kalita wave. Toss 30 grams in the filter and pour 460 grams on top. Try to finish in about 3.5 minutes for a jelly donut with chocolate drizzle on top.

A NOTE FROM THE ROASTER
Dude, when I think of the ideal natural Ethiopia, this is what I think of – a super sweet fruit bomb with a rich, fudgy body, a wicked clean finish and not one trace of funk! I almost veered into the world of being prejudiced against naturally processed coffees, but this year’s Ethiopia crop swooped in and slapped me in the face with its pretty little coffee hand.  


IMPORTER'S NOTES
This Grade 1 quality natural Sidamo coffee is from the Hagermaryam ward, located within the Guji zone, which lies within the Southern Nation, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR). There are roughly 700 farmers that contribute to the privately owned Cheri mill. The coffee is dried on raised African beds for roughly 21-24 days depending on the weather. Growing altitude for this lot ranges from 1800-2000 masl.