Tasting Notes: Wild Berry, Cacao Nib, Lemon Zest
Worka Sakaro Washing Station, located in Ethiopia's Gedeo Zone, works with over 400 smallholder farmers in the region to process and export excellent coffees to be roasted around the world. The smallholder farmers grow this amazing coffee on steep mountain slopes at approximately 2,000 to 2,200 meters (6500-7200 feet) above sea level.
This special lot follows all the same steps as a typical naturally processed coffee, except after the coffee is floated, it is placed into special plastic bags, flushed with carbon dioxide and nitrogen gas, and monitored over 3-7 days until fermented adequately (varies based on mucilage content and environmental conditions). Once the cherries reach the desired pH and color, they are removed from the bags and transferred to drying tables to complete the process.
This is a coffee we are proud to have purchased for the past two years, and this year's crop is even better than last—In the cup, we taste wild berry, cacao nibs, and lemon zest. It's a well-rounded, rich coffee, and we're excited to share it with our customers again this year.
Why choose us?
FRESH FROM THE SOURCE
Our Relationships allow us to secure the best quality coffees at harvest and maintain high standards all the way through the roasting process. We proudly offer small batches of the highest quality craft coffee in a variety of roast profiles, blends, and single origins.
They roast everything at their second location and you can tell there's passion in every cup. When in the area, this will definitely be my go to coffee shop.
Snagged an iced dolce latte with oat milk for a quick stop between shopping! Loved it! One of the best places in Nashville.
Niagra Falls, NY
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