Talor & jorgen coffee roasters (oslo, norway) - ethiopia gesha village bench maji 1931 gesha lot 51 - taste profile: berry, black tea, brown spice, candy, caramelized, chocolate, citrus, clean, floral, fruit, fruity, grape, honeysuckle, jasmin, juicy, melon, peach, pear, red fruit, rose, star fruit, stone fruit, strawberry, sweet, tropical fruit, winey
kaffebox specialty coffee advent calendar - december 24, 2017
the last coffee for #kaffebox advent calendar 2017 - "frankincense, gold, & coffee"! definitely a delicious surprise from this great roaster and producer! great way to end the year of scandinavian coffee!
thanks @kaffebox@talorjorgen@geshavillage !!!
the pixie dust and candy was without a doubt the most extraordinary coffee that we’ve had the privilege of working with. people all over the world came back to us months after we had sent out the last drops to tell us how it completely changed the way they thought coffee could taste. so thats why we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get our hands on some more when trabocca nabbed one of the top lots in the auction.
this is the oma block, lot 51. it isn’t the lllubabor cultivar but the original 1931 geisha variety. it displays the beautifully balanced and ripe fruit of the other lot but with much more elegance. it is tea like, sweet and incredibly clean for a naturally processed coffee. absolutely incredible.
we believe so much in the work that adam and rachel do that we can’t wait to share more of their extraordinary coffee with the world. they smashed every single one of ethiopia’s previous records of most expensive coffee ever sold and when you taste it, you can understand why. meticulous processing and lot separation makes for a very memorable coffee.
Understanding process makes for a more appreciative enjoyment of coffee. this flat white is a natural ethiopian that reminds me of fruity cereal. natural processed coffees have tons of flavors due to the fact the coffee cherry is left to dry on the bean. thanks @kofe_tampa for cultivating experiences