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This beautiful gem is sweet w/ notes of melon and berry with a subtle honey accent, balanced by a mild burst of floral lavender. It has a long, smooth sweet finish. It’s a truly enjoyable, delightful roast that our team has already fallen in love with.
This bean comes from the town of Hagere Maryam in the Guji Zone, within the greater Oromia region of Ethiopia, south of the more famous Yirgacheffe District, and grown at elevations of between 5,400-6,000 feet. With approximately 600 contributing farmers, this coffee is a collaborative effort to harvest.
The Ethiopia Deri Kochoha is a natural processed bean. The ripe cherries are sorted and pulped, and then fermented for 36-48 hours, before being washed and prepared for drying. They are then placed in parchment on raised drying beds, where they dry in the sun for a couple of weeks, being turned frequently in the first few days.
This natural process bean is a delicate, creamy coffee that emits smooth fragrances of blueberry and chocolate that matches the full-flavor in every cup. The light tastes of banana, blueberry and cherry harmonize with the dense cocoa flavor of Rwanda coffee. The bean produces a succulent finish that is low in acidity, and which leaves you wanting more.
The Musasa beans are grown in Dukunde Kawa Musasa Cooperative in the Gakenke region of Northern Rwanda, run by 80% women. The farms are around 6,000 feet in elevation for optimal high-quality beans.
One aspect of the process that makes this bean so complex in flavor is the hand sorting of the cherries. Ripe cherries are floated to separate by density in order to select the highest quality for processing. They are dried on raised beds for three weeks and must be turned constantly to ensure consistency.