VARIETY: Gori Gesha
ALTITUDE: 1,973 - 2,069 MASL
TASTING NOTES: Strawberry, Ripe Peach, Papaya, Tamarind, Bergamot
The 2nd highest cup score of the whole production year of 2019 and auction - an amazing 91.67 points. This naturally processed Gori Gesha varietal hails from the Shewa-Jibabu block elevating at a high 1,973m - 2,069m.
Our roasted coffee beans can take around 3 - 4 weeks of rest for it to degas enough and the flavors to develop. We strongly recommend brewing the coffee during this period to get the best experience of our coffees. Drink within 3 months if you must, but by then we might have released more coffee varieties. So drink fast!
After the roasting process, the coffee beans will possess a high concentration of carbon dioxide gasses within itself as a byproduct of the aforementioned process. These gasses hinder the overall quality of the coffee, as it will aggressively create multiple air pockets during your brew. These air pockets are responsible for creating an uneven extraction; acting as a disruptive barrier between the contact of water and coffee grounds. Furthermore, carbon dioxide when fused with water will give you a sour taste, similar to the carbon dioxide you taste in colas.
The coffee will release some of these gasses naturally, as a process we call degassing. While degassing, the coffee's flavors will also develop. This happens every day until it reaches its peak. The peak of our coffees varies, but we believe the best of flavors are pronounced when it reaches a month old and it will still be great even after 3 months.