Guji Uraga - Ethiopia - Natural Wine Process - River Coffee

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Beginning at the sorting table, the best fully ripe cherries are separated from the rest and are tightly packed and sealed into special stainless-steel tanks. The fermentation process begins, and CO2 builds up. As pressure builds, a one-way valve allows water and CO2 to exit whilst restricting oxygen from re-entry. The resulting pressure forces the juicy mucilage flavours deep inside the coffee beans and is reflected in a colour change that occurs after 4-5 days. Once fermentation is complete, the coffee is dried slowly for 15-18 days on African drying beds in the full sun.

Flavour Description: Blackberry, Raspberry and Grape.

Uraga, Guji- Ethiopia

Altitude: 1900-2110 masl

Varietal: Heirloom varietals

Processing Method: Natural wine process
  • £12.50