Ethiopian Misty Valley
One of our favorites, the Ethiopian Misty Valley is a coffee we're pleased to bring in as an offering! We've taken great care to craft a roast profile to show off this coffee.
Region: Gedeo Zone, Idido Valley, Yirgacheffe
Altitude: 1900m - 2200m
Varietal: Ethiopian Heirloom
Cup notes: Coffee blossom and strawberry front with lush black cherry and creamy finish.
- Craft roasted in small batches using a unique, slow-roasting technique from the Hawaiian Islands that produces a super smooth, full flavored cup of coffee worth slowing down for
- Sustainably sourced and ethically harvested green beans that support organic agricultural, environmental protection, and fair compensation for coffee growers and workers
- Single origin: Misty Valley, Yirgacheffe-Ethiopia
- Taste notes: Strawberry, Dark Cherry, Cream
A Note About Roasted Coffee Orders:
Kohana hand-roasts our coffee to order on Wednesday mornings and we ship on Thursday of each week. Note: Orders placed Monday through Wednesday before 10AM will ship the same week. Orders placed after 10AM on Wednesday will ship the following week. Even though it might take a bit longer to get to you - it guarantees the freshest possible roasted coffee experience.
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