Raspberry, Brown Sugar, Earl Grey
Light and bright, floral and breezy. This Ethiopian single origin may be a little more subtle than some of the fruit-bombs you'll find out there. It's easy to brew through both filter and espresso methods, where you'll be rewarded with crisp and clear flavors of mango and a delicate black tea finish. What's not to like?
1800 - 2100 ft
"This is the Ethiopia Guji, our house Ethiopian coffee. Floral aromatics hit first, with big flavors of black tea and mango with a raspberry acidity. This sweetie is easy drinking, reminding us of the simpler times of yesteryear."
Kuma, meaning 'bear' in Japanese, was inspired and named after both the founder's bear-like shaggy dog and a visit to Japan. It began in 2008 as a garage roastery in Seattle, then quickly grew to nationwide recognition. Kuma's continued keeping its operation intentionally small, in order to remain fully focused on quality and deliciousness. Kuma purchases the majority of their seasonal coffees direct from origin, paying a premium to farmers well above the commodity or fair trade thresholds.