This is the Ethiopia Tega & Tula brought to you by Good Folks Coffee. This Fully Washed coffee was sourced from the Tega & Tula Villages in the Kefa region of Ethiopia and was produced by the Tega & Tula Specialty Coffee Farm at 1,693-1,860 meters above sea level.
I twas not rich enough, I felt it tasted too sweet and light
I liked this, but think it was too citrusy for my taste. Probably wouldn’t buy again but will have no problem drinking this over the next week or so.
I would add a note that this coffee really isn’t ideal with cream. It took us a few days to figure that out and then we enjoyed it much more.
I have a spot in my heart for Ethiopian coffees. This one was good, aromatic, and citrusy. But, it wasn't the best. It lacked the depth of other Ethiopian coffees I've had. So far, I've only had it in drip. I'll try it in my french press next.
Very nicely roasted. A little mellow for my tastes but makes great iced coffee
Not bright enough but decent.
I liked it. I didn't love it, but I liked it. We thought it was a little on the thin side, not as rich as what we love. We really lean toward Columbian and Guatemalan
A little brighter than I'm used to
Lighter roast than I normally prefer. Found the taste to be citrusy and a little astringent.
Solid coffee. Has some earthy notes. Is there something with some vanilla notes we could try?
Lighter than I’m used to but very smooth as a black coffee with good taste
The coffee itself tasted fine, and I enjoy how light and easy to drink it is, but I found the aroma and overall flavor very mellow, and would be interested in trying a blend with a stronger taste!
It was yummy, but a little lighter than I am used to. I am not a huge citrus coffee person but this was better than expected!
The coffee was too light and a little sour for my taste
This tasted so bad. Kind of sour, almost like the beans went bad.
I was so excited about this coffee, because this is right up my alley as far as taste preferences. However, no matter how I change my grind setting and brew method, the flavors aren't popping. This morning, it tastes like I am drinking a mug of wet cardboard.
This coffee was very smooth to drink and a nice light blend for summer. We traditionally drink darker roasts, but this was a fun change.
I'm not sure about the language to use to talk about the flavor, but I think it tastes a little too bright for me.
I think it was bit too acidic for us. It was too bitter--I don't think citrus is really our flavor. But I'm glad I know that now because I didn't before!
Nice smooth coffee. Very enjoyable in the morning.
The coffee is excellent. The aroma when I opened the bag was so good. The look of the beans were entirely different than the store coffee beans.
I enjoyed this coffee. It's a solid pick that was easy to drink on a daily basis. Maybe a little too acidic to be perfect
We felt it was lighter than we would like. It would be great if our future coffees are medium to medium-dark. Thanks!
Bland and not very flavorful.
Really enjoyed it as an espresso beverage. First pulls came out a little over-extracted so ideal dosage is likely closer to 17.5g than 18g.
As french press it was fine. Not really great, not really terrible.
Definitely better as an espresso drink.
Don't really like the earthy/floral. Don't like how it smells when grinding. Too acidic. Flavor too subtle.
It's good. I think I definitely like dark roasts better. I'd like to try something lighter maybe in the future but for now I will look into darker roasts.
I made my first cup with my old old grinder and french press because i was too giddy to wait for my new machine. After drinking the coffee from my new machine it was a whole new coffee haha the french press was so watered down.