Haru #3

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<b>Variety: </b> Heirloom
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<b> Processing: </b> Washed
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<b> Origin: </b>  Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
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<b> Producers:</b> Haru Small-Holders
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<b> Altitude: </b>1800m
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<p>It’s always a pleasure to be enjoying a lot from our friends at Kanketi Coffee in Ethiopia. This particular bean was processed at their washing station in Haru, a village in the center of Yirgacheffe. The area is renowned for its coffee and has one of the highest densities of coffee producers anywhere in Ethiopia, which means there’s plenty of ripe coffee cherries delivered to the station during harvest. The Haru washing station uses a disc pulper to remove fruit and soaks beans for up to 78 hours before an intensive grading and sorting process. The beans are dried on traditional raised beds before heading to Addis for export. A short time later, they end up in our roaster before completing their journey in your grinder!</p>
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This lot of washed coffee is giving us a lot of the classic Yirgacheffe profile that specialty coffee fans love so much. We’re getting a tart, stonefruit note with good sweetness and acidity, some cocoa richness, and wonderful floral qualities that make the brewing aroma quite appealing. Ethiopian coffees are always a favorite around the roastery, and we hope you enjoy this one as much as we certainly will!</p>

Stonefruit, Cocoa, Floral

Variety: Heirloom

Processing: Washed

Origin: Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia

Producers: Haru Small-Holders

Altitude: 1800m

It’s always a pleasure to be enjoying a lot from our friends at Kanketi Coffee in Ethiopia. This particular bean was processed at their washing station in Haru, a village in the center of Yirgacheffe. The area is renowned for its coffee and has one of the highest densities of coffee producers anywhere in Ethiopia, which means there’s plenty of ripe coffee cherries delivered to the station during harvest. The Haru washing station uses a disc pulper to remove fruit and soaks beans for up to 78 hours before an intensive grading and sorting process. The beans are dried on traditional raised beds before heading to Addis for export. A short time later, they end up in our roaster before completing their journey in your grinder!

This lot of washed coffee is giving us a lot of the classic Yirgacheffe profile that specialty coffee fans love so much. We’re getting a tart, stonefruit note with good sweetness and acidity, some cocoa richness, and wonderful floral qualities that make the brewing aroma quite appealing. Ethiopian coffees are always a favorite around the roastery, and we hope you enjoy this one as much as we certainly will!

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Scott Gordon

Davis

Member Since
December '20

Haru#3

A very good, light coffee but with some flavor.

03/01/21

Ethan R

Sausalito

Member Since
October '15

Another winner

Tasting notes were spot-on. Nose is mild floral. Upon tasting, sweetness hits first, rounding into a deep cocoa and stonefruit finish. Mild floral notes. Good complexity but easy drinking.

03/02/21

Christine Davis

Sacramento

Member Since
February '21

Preferred others

These coffees have definitely refined my coffee palate. I prefer the previous two shipments over this one. I'm enjoying the education.

03/08/21

Rob Martinez

Ridgewood

Member Since
December '17

Lacking in Acidity

This coffee is nice but not a stand-out. It doesn't pop in the mouth, instead it has sort of a warm, calm flavor profile. Not exactly what I am looking for.

03/09/21

James Dear

Erie

Member Since
December '20

Solid fruity notes!

Getting delicious, bright, fruity notes from this one, I look forward to drinking it every morning :D

03/11/21

Shannon Phillips

Onalaska

Member Since
March '21

Lightly roasted creamy dream

This is my first order from Moustache Coffee and the description of this bean and roast was perfect. I'm intending to learn my own taste and preference with really good coffee. While I thoroughly enjoyed this I think it is a bit light for my coffee taste. I look forward to my next roast.

04/02/21

Mike Kinkade

Homer Glen

Member Since
February '21

Excellent Yirgacheffe

The Haru is excellent. Very clean with pronounced flavors.

04/03/21

Stephen Lehmann

Bozeman

Member Since
December '20

Soft

Great tasting , I can't deal with strong coffee, this so well balanced This company is awesome. Gotta start ordering once a week

04/04/21

Dustin Elliott

Philadelphia

Member Since
July '15

Just what an Ethiopia Should be!

This is one of our favorites we have had. It's exactly what you hope for from an Ethiopia!!

04/06/21

Nayvett Chavez

Guadalupe

Member Since
April '21

Beautiful cup!

I’ve never tasted coffee like this. It’s a very clean cup of coffee. I taste hints of toasted bread and a finish of light sweet fruity notes.

04/07/21

yosef yosef

brooklyn

Member Since
April '21

Stupendous

A bean that just keeps getting more delicious as you drink it. Initial impression was underwhelming. The smell didn't blow me away and even the first few sips were kind of bland. But as I kept drinking, I just couldn't stop. It's sweet, fruity, complex and full without being overly acidic. It's one of the best coffees I have ever had and the best one in recent memory. My inlr regret is that I didn't get more. Loved it!!

05/02/21

Randall LaLonde

Millcreek

Member Since
July '15

Haru #3

Another nice Ethiopian coffee from Moustache, light but flavorful, with that distinct fruity tang of the Yirgacheffe district. Easy drinking, clean and balanced.

05/03/21

Nathaniel Hourt

Janesville

Member Since
April '21

Too good to use cream

While I consider the mark of a good coffee to be that it is enjoyable to drink black, I enjoy drinking my coffee with cream (not cream-ER, mind you). This coffee was so good black, however, that I never drank it with cream as I thought the cream would only detract from it. :)

05/13/21