About coffee Ethiopia Yirgacheffe G1 Worka Natural
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe G1 Worka Natural is a coffee gem characterized by a great creamy aroma and excellent aftertaste. This quality coffee bean comes from the very origin of coffee, the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. Coffee has been cultivated in this area for hundreds of years and is grown by smallholders who
each own between 0.25 and 2 hectares of land.
Worka is a small locality in the Gedeb district near Yirgacheffe in southern Ethiopia. Located just a few kilometres east of Gedeb town, Worka is a high altitude site and most of the surrounding area lies at an altitude of approximately 2 000 to 2 200 m above sea level. Worka Cooperative is part of the Gedeb Woreda and is located south of Gedeo town
and consists of approximately 411 smallholders, most of whom grow their coffee on the slopes of a mountain called Rudu.
A common practice of coffee growers is to produce homemade organic fertilizers to nourish their plots, thus benefiting the local
ecosystem and keeping the soil healthy and balanced.
After fermentation, the cherry is carefully removed from the bags and laid out to dry in direct sunlight in raised beds. Workers turn the cherries frequently to promote even
drying. The cherries take approximately 2 to 3 weeks to dry.
Choose a coffee roaster
Suitable for Aeropress, Chemex, Hario, French Press and other alternative methods where you want to highlight the terroir specificity of the coffee.
For lovers of lighter roast espresso with a lively acidity. Third-wave cafés will serve such coffees.
This is a darker roast, referred to as noir, ideal for automatic machines and people who prefer minimal acidity.
|Taste characteristics||Strawberry, tropical fruits, Tutti frutti|
|Acidity of coffee||More acidic|
|Method of preparation||Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Jazz, Espresso, French press, Hario V60, Moka teapot|
|Altitude||2000 - 2200 m.a.s.l.|
|Retrieved from||Natural (dry)|
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