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Ethiopian Natural Brew Guide
Brew Methods/Recommended Recipes/Ratios
The Ethiopian Natural
This single-origin coffee is an explosive option to liven up your home brewing experience. Not for those who are afraid of a good time, this coffee will surprise and spoil your taste buds every opportunity it gets. As a single-origin coffee, meaning that every bean comes from the same origin country and is processed and roasted together, it offers clean and specific flavors that most blends would be hard-pressed to find.
What we’re tasting: This coffee’s tasting profile is led by a juicy red-grape sweetness that reminds me of the first sip of semi-sweet red wine like a Merlot or Pinot Noir. An underlying bright acidity rounds out the sweetness, giving it the soft-sour feel of black raspberries. Finally, a surprising medium-full body makes this a well-rounded coffee that casual drinkers might find oddly familiar.
Tasting Notes Summarized
Merlot Red Wine
Brewing this Coffee
This coffee has the potential to be used in a variety of ways but the best brewing options are immersion brewing (Hario Switch, French Press) or Pour Over (V60, Kalita Wave.)
When brewing this Ethiopian with immersion, expect to really see the body of this coffee to come to the forefront and the acidity to take a back seat.
When brewing this Ethiopian with a pour-over method, the juiciness of the grape notes and the body of the coffee both are able to shine.