Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Coffee
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Typical of a Yirgacheffe coffee, this light roast has an extraordinarily distinctive flavour profile, characterised by smooth chocolate notes and a hint of juicy pomegranate.
Grown close to the home of the first coffee bean, the coffee grown around the tiny town of Yirgacheffe in southern Ethiopia is wet-processed according to traditional methods. Light-bodied with a silky smooth sweetness, it's delicious with breakfast.
• Origin: Ethiopia
• Roast: Light
• Number of servings (using 15g per cup): 125g = 8 cups; 250g = 16 cups; 500g = 33 cups; 1kg = 66 cups
• Ideal for using with: Our range of Coffee Grinders, Cafetières, Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop, AeroPress Coffee Maker, Nova Double-Walled Mug and Hario V60 Craft Coffee Maker – but enjoy experimenting to find your unique brewing style
• Serving suggestion: Enjoy hot, iced or cold brewed
• Cafe-style coffees to try at home: There's no set of rules here, but our personal favourite for this particular coffee is to enjoy it as a cold brew
Roasted Arabica beans.Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Storage: Always store coffee in an airtight container. Ground coffee should be used within 2 weeks of opening to ensure optimum freshness.
Roasted and packed in the UK.
Packed in a protective atmosphere.
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Milk Chocolate & Pomegranate
Brew the Perfect cup
When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don't scald the grinds. Cardinal rule? Never re-heat brewed coffee! Freshness is everything.
Cold Brew Coffee
Cold Brew Bottle
We love cold brewing coffee from Ethiopia and Kenya: it really highlights those delicious berry and citrus notes.
The Yirgacheffe region of southern Ethiopia is one of the most famous in the world, renowned for its distinctively fruity coffees.
The Birthplace of Coffee
Most people acknowledge Ethiopia as the birthplace of coffee, though how it came to be discovered is a matter of debate. One story has it that an Ethiopian goatherd stumbled upon a strange bush with red berries while out tending his flock. When the goats ate the berries they began jumping around excitedly – and the rest is history.