Ethiopia YirgacheffeMayorga Organics
Grind Types Chart
The freshest and most preferred method for those who have a grinder at home.
Coarse (French Press)
This grind size is what you need to make a mean french press or a smooth well extracted cold brew.
If you are brewing that Mayorga magic on a Chemex this is the grind size for you. This grind is also great for units with metal filters.
If you are brewing on any home brewer or a flat bottom pourover system (Kalita Wave) this is the grind size that was made for you.
This is our favorite size grind for anyone using a cone pourover system with a paper filter (Hario v60, Melitta, Clever, Beehouse). Our baristas call this one, "the sweet spot."
If you are using a vacuum pot, siphon or refillable k-cup pod you want this grind size for optimal brewing.
This grind is suitable for home and commercial espresso machines and stove top espresso, like a moka pot.
Roast Profile: Light
Cupping Notes: Bright/Blueberry/Grape
This bright, exotic coffee has intense aromatic profiles of tropical flowers, well-balanced acidity, with distinct winey and blueberry undertones and a vibrant lingering finish.
Certification: 100% Organic, Non-GMO verified, Kosher
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe is one of the most recognized origins in the specialty coffee world. Known as the birthplace of coffee, this region tends to have some of the most distinctive flavor characteristics of any origin. This is most likely due to fact that the varietals grown on small-holder farms are mostly heirloom coffees that are the descendants of the first ever coffees to grow in the wild. The 533 members of the Adame Garbota Cooperative tend to have very small lots where they not only grow coffee, but also live. The cooperative model is ideal for this region, allowing small producers to aggregate their limited harvests to export their beautifully bright and flavorful coffee.
Region: Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Yirgacheffe
Cooperative: Adame Gorbota
Number of members: 533 as of 2017
Elevation: 4,000-5,000 feet above sea level
Process: Fully washed
Varietals: Native heirloom cultivars
Harvest Season: October-December