This bean has floral notes of jasmine and honeysuckle, with sweetness similar to table sugar or simple syrup, shifting to a more honey fragrance as it cools off. The flavor is clean and on the more delicate side, which is why we always keep this one at a medium roast at most.
It is grown in the remote village of Tulu Golla in the Sidama zone of Ethiopia, the farms are found at around 6,300 feet in elevation.
Tulu Golla is a wet process bean, where a disc pulper is used to remove the coffee cherry fruit skins, followed by a 72-hour underwater fermentation bath and agitation, finished in a clean water bath and then dried in raised beds in the sun.
Label: Tulu Golla
jeff (verified owner) –
these beans taste good as espresso though i had to use a higher temperature and ratio.