Nano Challa, Ethiopia from Koppi, Helsingborg

Light shivers going down your spine, while this coffee strokes your back from the inside. Apricot-lemon pie with a cup of jasmin flavored tea. Voilà. Sweet, smooth, warming, pretty satisfying.  

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Kamwangi PB, Kenya from Drop Coffee Roasters, Hägersten

Honey melon, plum and a little hazlenut sprinkle. Heart warming, like a good morning hug in the most beautiful place on earth. … Well maybe a little exaggerated. But like a hug in a regular bed, maybe. Sweet, a little thick on the tongue and full of harmony. 

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Wote, Ethiopia from Weekenders Coffee, Kyoto

Oh, how I’ll miss, your tender kiss. The coffee is gone, but it’s not forgotten. Sweet strawberries, melting caramel fudge pudding. This Yirgacheffe was really a cutie pie. Soft and fine!

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Kochere Filter, Ethiopia from Fjord, Berlin

A coffee without any worries and concerns. Light hearted, easy going, gentle and fair, like a soft stroke through the hair. Honey, hazelnut, plum and peach. Take me to tuscany or take me to the beach.

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Baragwi, Kenya from April Coffee, Copenhagen

You gotta spend some time, love, with this coffee. Rather a stranger than a lover for the crowds but I dig it. Jasmine-rose floral notes, even some sage along with fruity peach-berry juice. 

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El Morito, Guatemala from Coffee Proficiency, Krakow

Bitter-sweet like a forbidden love. Don’t put it away, but give it a chance. Black tea, mushroom and Tempranillo. It burstes of very strong, a little harsh scent and taste characteristics, but its so gentle and smooth at the touch of your mouth.  Thanks to Lukasz who sent me this coffee as part of this […]

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Las Margaritas Yellow Burbon, Colombia from Friedhats, Amsterdam

It doestn’t fry my hat, but it’s a pretty solid coffee. Smooth but crisp, fruity but balanced. Some banana, some blossoms. A sprinkle of flavor love, but still well into the friendzone.  

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Kenya West, Kenya from Playground Coffee, Hamburg

A little sandy, very herbal, some gooseberries. Pretty complexe and rich taste. Very creamy body and a little oregano and tannin on the finish.

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Sasaba, Ethiopia from Bonanza Coffee Roasters, Berlin 

Blueberry flavored fruit bomb. Little fermentation notes, kinda liquorice, anise hints. Mouthful, fat body. Massive on AeroPress and Cafflano, still pretty powerful — and much more balanced — on V60.  

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Sasaba, Ethiopia from Beyond Within Coffee Roasters, Budapest

Sweet, humble and very gentle coffee. Apricot, persipan, a little nutty/nougaty. Good holiday season companion.  

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