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  • Cameroon Mifi Java Longberry

    Mifi Java Longberry has a straight-forward, sugar in the raw, sweetness at City/City+, and shows subtle fruit notes as it cools. Black tea flavor and mouthfeel add allusion to acidity in this rather low acid cup. Dark roasts have chocolate flavors and roast complexity. City to Full City. SO espresso. Learn More
    $5.75
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  • Ethiopia Illubabor Baaroo

    Baaroo displays a pleasing balance of florals, fruited notes, complex sugars, sweet butterscotch, juicy fresh peaches, and apricot. The lighter end of the roast spectrum brings Jasmine, spices and cola nut. A nice citrus like acidity mixes well with the layers of cocoa and fruit in the darker roast profiles. City to FC+. A great SO Espresso. Learn More
    $6.10
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  • Ethiopia Dry Process Yirga Cheffe Konga

    Konga displays refeshing jammy peach, mango, guava, and tropical fruits galore. Chai-like spices, ginger, cardamom and cinnamon flavors also carry in the cup. Acidity and body balances nicely at various roast levels finishing with molasses and sweet date sugar. This is a good representation of a clean cup for a dry-processed coffee. City to Full City. Learn More
    $6.90
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  • Ethiopia Dry Process Gey Harar

    Harars have a rustic quality, often similar to Yemeni coffees. This one is very sweet, slightly floral, and still encompasses a bit of the leathery/earthy sweetness that youd expect. Body is huge, and the sweetness goes from berry to earthy rice syrup. Fruits are abundant, dried apple topping the list. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $6.50
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  • Ethiopia Yirga Cheffe Kochore Zonegediyo

    Zonegediyo is a classic Yirg, with bergamot and jasmine florals, herb tea notes, and a mouth refreshing citric acidity. Orange flavors shift and change, pulpy, juicy, and even a bit of the inside rind. Lemonade and peach tea as the cup cools, a complex cup best in the middle to light roast ranges. City+. Learn More
    $6.50
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  • Ethiopia Bonga Forest Mankira

    Mankira has a rustic, dark caramel sweetness, like burned sugar, toasted, and bittersweet. Honey and stone fruits come out as the cup cools, and a woody note too. Theres grain-sweet and spice notes that are like baked sweets/cookies. City+ to Full City. Learn More
    $6.30
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  • Ethiopia Jimma - Cocola Cooperative

    Cocola has flavors of pungent and sweet fruit juice - papaya, mango, peach - juxtaposed by bittersweet aspects of dark cacao. A bodied cup, and the pungent, juicy fruits interplay well with earthy, molasses sweetness. City+ to Full City. Learn More
    $6.40
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  • Ethiopia Kaffa - Michiti Cooperative

    Michiti is a juicy bodied coffee, with fruit flavors to match. Papaya, citrus, and stone fruit dominate the cup, along with floral tea and baking spice elements throughout. While complex, the top notes and acidity strike a well-integrated balance. Versatile in the roaster and in brew method. City to Full City. Learn More
    $6.65
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  • Ethiopia Agaro - Nano Challa Cooperative

    Nano Challa has a sweetness of white honey, which is mildly fruited in flavor, and a healthy dose of toffee almond. Fruits like cherry juice and mild citrus come through in light roasts, with floral and Earl Grey tea. Darker roasts have red grape fruit, and a Ricola-like dark herbal aspect. A much lighter mouthfeel suits the slight effervescence. City to Full City. Learn More
    $6.50
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