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This is the Ethiopia Guji Kercha brought to you by Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters. This fully washed coffee was grown by Kedir Hassen Aredo in the Guji Zone, Kercha Woreda region of Ethiopia between 1,900 - 2,100 meters above sea level. The cup is juicy with a rose-like floral aroma and notes of honeydew and peach. Great brewed as filter/drip, cold brew, and iced.
I'm going to have to adjust my rating scale after this coffee. This was the first coffee where I specifically intend to seek out the roaster and order more bags. The flavors were EXCELLENT. The peach and rose kept the coffee light and fresh, but didn't overpower the base coffee flavor. Every single brew was excellent.
Definitely good coffee, but not a medium roast. Agree with others here that it’s a bit too fruity and acidic for a medium roast, so that was a bit of a let down.
One of the best selections we have had this far. Extremely smooth. I have to restrain myself from drinking it too fast.
I enjoyed it but it’s a bit too light and flowery for me!
Nice and juicy
Not memorable or interesting
One of my favorite regions
Always love a good Ethiopia!
Meh. It was fine, but nothing really stood out flavor-wise. Juicy and balanced, but nothing super strong in flavor.
-Brewed as V60 using 4:6 ratio. May try more of a longer immersion brew method.
Stop sending me this coffee!!!! Why have I gotten it 7 times in a row!? :((
Good not my favorite.
Really great flavor!
Liked the smooth clean finish. Not too fruity. Just right!
This was very balanced and well-defined in its flavors.
Great coffee! It was light and very earthy, a nice way to wake up anytime of day!
Great cup from first taste to last sip. Honeydew note really come through with a subtle floral afternote. Very enjoyable as my morning brew.
This was a good cup. Flavors came threw in the brew.
Mild taste and had a slightly burnt flavor. Not a good espresso and weak as a pour over.
Ok, but nothing special. Makes a thin-tasting coffee.
The guji zone is the best zone.
This was my favorite so far. It was bright and fruit forward.
Quite floral, and not quite Round enough in mouthfeel. Drinkable, just not my best trial...
Whoa, another stellar bag of beans. This may be our favorite so far. Keep up the great work guys:) Look forward to the new selections every time:)
I wasn't particularly fond of this coffee, none of the flavors were particularly extraordinary. It was also a bit sweet for my personal tastes.
Smells fruity and savory.
Sour when you drink it black.
Cream and sugar enhance the peach, which I am not a fan of. Love peach, but not in my coffee. Not a fan of the rose flavor, although I love the scent. Smooth coffee, however, I would like something less fruity and acidic.
Very bitter - not a fan at all.
Just what the doctor ordered.
Enjoyed the acidity!
This was a smooth coffee. It was light but still had some body. I’m not a huge fan of floral/juicy coffees, but I liked this one.
Great coffee, Peach and floral notes come through very well
Standard fruity/floral Ethiopian, a little too bright and light tasting for what I'm currently into. Looking for something with a little more body, closer to the Brazil Moreninha.
Really enjoying this bean
It brews smooth and it's juicy flavor is enjoyable
Not a huge fan of floral. But overall a good cup.
Good coffee once I got it dialed in. My palate may be broken but I didn't get the honeydew and peach notes like I was hoping.
Seth - hope you are doing well. This was a great light roast. Refreshing with good flavor. Thanks!
Very pleasant coffee. I could taste the melon flavors. Nice and bright on the tongue.
OK, so I've learned that Ethiopia produces something in addition to the best Marathon athletes.
Fruity and floral - a classic Ethiopian. Nothing especially compelling about this coffee, but it was still very good.
Best, a perfect light roast
very good. A little roasty but still has floral/fruity notes