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Solomo Ethiopia Filter

ACOFFEE [ Australia ] 
[Single Origin Filter - Solomo] 250g
Ethiopia / Guji / washed Heirloom
Altitude: 2200-2300 masl
Apricot + Black tea + Blueberry
󠀠󠀠󠀠󠀠󠀠󠀠󠀠󠀠*We recommend using this coffee up to 6 weeks from roast date.

This coffee is grown by various small producers in the Uraga, Guji region between 2,200 - 2,300 meters and is a good example of why we love coffee from Ethiopia. The cup is delicate and clean finish with notes of Apricot, Blueberry and black tea finish. 

Processing & Profile
There are several ways coffee is prepared for market in Ethiopia. Large estates are privately owned and operated by hired labour; the coffee is often picked, processed, and milled on the property. On the other end of the spectrum, “garden coffee” is brought by a farmer in cherry form to the closest or most convenient washing station, where it is sold and blended with other farmers’ lots and processed according to the desires of the washing station. Co-op members will bring their cherry to be weighed and received at a co-op washing station, where there is more traceability to the producer level as per membership rosters of the co-operative.

The profile of Ethiopian coffees will vary based on a number of factors, including variety, process, and microregion. As a general rule of thumb, natural processed coffees will have much more pronounced fruit and deep chocolate tones, often with a bit of a winey characteristic and a syrupy body. Washed coffees will be lighter and have more pronounced acidity, though the individual characteristics will vary.