The Ethiopia Yebesele Natural was carefully roasted for you by Goshen Coffee Company. This juicy Full Natural coffee was sourced from the growing region of Yirgacheffe in Ethiopia and was processed by the Aricha Mill. Ripe berries, citrus, and stone fruits are a few flavor notes that jump out.
Great balanced natural process Ethiopian coffee. Starts out bright and fruity and ends with notes of milk chocolate.
Stone fruits for sure, like licking the pit. Subtle fresh green flavor. Nice and bright. Grapefruit zest but not a lot of other citrus.
Way too bright; acidic
A little juicy, mild, and light. I got notes of melon/stone fruit and light floral. Pretty good cup.
Lovely balance. A bit lower in acidity this time. Red grapes, white chocolate, baklava, sultanas.
Nice citrus and some hint of berry
Generally good, not as citrusy as promised but very enjoyable nonetheless. Good for a morning pot
Very tasty! Flavourful, bright and juicy - a good natural process coffee. Made with hario pour over and oat milk. Not too acidic and a comforting cup.
loved this one
Perfect cup. It has just the right amount of sweetness and acidity, with a bit of bitterness to balance it all. Lovely.
First try with natural process. Enjoyed the fruit flavor
This was a berry bomb; the best kind of bomb!
Bright and flavorful! ☺️
Berry bright good
Incredible. Beautiful and punchy fruit bursting flavor
Powerful fruit taste, sweet, balanced
More earthy and acidic than I preferred
Perfect light roast for me. Fruity but still has body.
Was not excited when I saw the Ethiopian Goshen coffee in the mail for the second time. This one is the Yebesele and the other one was Biruhi. But I gave it a try. First time, I made it as drip coffee. Could not get myself to finish the freshly brewed cup of coffee. Next, pour over. I made it and served to my guest as it was what I had in the house at that time. I did not like it and he said it had an after taste. Third time, cold brew. It sat in my fridge for 12+ hours—it was better but not great. Fourth time, I grounded it into fine espresso. It worked because it made my “dirty” chai latte taste good. Finally, the french press was the sweet spot.
Predominately sweet & berry-fruity, but a nice roast note balances it out.
One of my favorites. I can smell berries once I open the bag. So juicy and I love the finish.
Ethiopian beans are my favorite, they're funky, weird, and richly flavored with notes of malt, licorice, and chocolate. Others pop with fruit and acidity. This Goshen roast had none of this. It was bland. My advice: skip this.
This one hit it right on the nose to my taste. Loved the brightness of it and loved how the citrus zest came through (it came through as grapefruit for me). Would definitely drink more like this.
Too nutty in flavor
Excellent roast level. Light.
Very fruity and sweet. Brewing it as a flash chilled ice coffee on my flat bed pour over brought out berry and brown sugar notes
Nice notes but not a favorite
Best coffee I’ve ever had
Beautifully roasted and carefully tasteful. Ethiopia coffees are where God originally decided to plant coffee beans, or at least that’s what I tell myself. Thanks Goshen!!!
fantastic, bright, fruity flavor, definitely would recommend