Ethiopia - Zewde - Krume
Process Station: Hambela
Producer: Single Farm Project
Harvest Date: December 2020 - January 2021
Received Date: July 2021
Varietal: Krume 74110
Growing Altitude: 1800 meter
Processing Method: Natural
Roast: Light Roast
Flavour Notes: Tropical Fruit, Jasmine & Raspberry
These recipes reflect the approach to coffee served in our Showroom.
The filter recipe is based on our own april Brewers (flat-based) and our april Paper Filters. As for espresso, the recipes are designed using a Modbar AV.
All of our grind settings reference a Ditting Sweet Lab 804. You can adjust your grind settings as necessary and use the recommended brew time as a reference.
About the farm
This is our first single farmer project coming out of our of our favourite producing countries, Ethiopia. This is the third year we've been purchasing this coffee, following a visit in December 2020.
About the coffee
Grown at an average altitude of 2000 metres above sea level, this lot is comprised of Ethiopian heirloom varietals and has been carefully compiled by METAD, our current partners on the ground in Ethiopia.
The lot has been farmed in and around the Alaka village, in the Hambela department of Guji, and is comprised of cherries produced at METAD's own estate, Zewde.This coffee has been naturally processed, and has undertaken a long and delicate sun drying on raised beds. This remarkable micro-lot has been dedicated to the grandfather of the brothers behind the METAD project, and as a result bares his name.
You can expect to find notes of jasmine and strawberry, with an excellent lavender aftertaste. Expect a clean but distinct profile from this exceptional coffee with a distinct cleanliness for a fully natural coffee.