The Ethiopia Aramo Washed was carefully roasted for you by Brandywine Coffee Roasters. This Fully Washed coffee was grown 1,900-2,100 meters above sea level and was produced by the Kebel Aramo Mill in Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia.
This was just too light for me even though I like Light roasts. Lots of citrusy lemon type notes. I thought I've had some Ethiopians that had more body, but overall I'm just looking for a more rich cup of coffee
Very tasty coffee, but if I’m being honest not as bright as I had hoped. I think I need to try a natural process Ethiopia side by side with a washed one like this. I definitely get some citrus acidity and a bit of honey sweetness, but it is not nearly vibrant as some Ethiopian varieties I have tried in the past. That said, I’m definitely enjoying it!
Basic cup of coffee. It's really well balanced and goes down easy. However, I didn't taste any character or strong notes. It reminded me of something I'd get in a basic coffee shop.
Light and bright as expected with an Ethiopia but with lots going on. Tasting notes on website very accurate!
Light and fruity. Not too acidic. Has a nice lingering flavor that stays on the tongue.
Very, very nice coffee. Very complex, and the apricot note shines through nicely. My only preference change would be perhaps more depth, as the lightness of this particular bean gives the brew an almost tea-like quality. This is purely a matter of personal preference and not at all a knock against this particular bean. 4.2 stars.
This is my ideal coffee.
I've only made it 3 times so far but it has a nice bright flavor with little to no bad aftertaste (Starbucks has a bad aftertaste to me). Too early to tell but it may be a bit higher in caffeine than what I have been drinking because I consume about 8 cups per day. Doesn't seem too hard on the stomach.
It was good, a bit too acidic for my tastes. I did like the light roast but would prefer something smoother and a bit richer with notes of chocolate while still being light roast.
I did not enjoy this at all. It tasted like tea. I made three cups with different methods to see if it was the brew method and all of them we unappealing.
This was our first coffee from Mistobox, and followed another (non-mistobox) Ethiopian coffee, so the tastes were similar. That being said, it was delicious. Very fruity and complex. It required the water to be on the hotter side of the optimal pour-over range.
I enjoyed this with a stronger brew method: aeropress or moka pot. The flavor was too light for a pour over
Lovely light flavor. Very smooth. A crowd pleaser.
Fantastic cup. Light mouthfeel. Subtle flavors and undeniably smooth.
this coffee is amazing for slow drip
Light and pleasant taste when brewed properly. A tad finicky to brew, as overexposure is easy to accidentally do. Brewed at 94C and pour over.