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Ethiopia – COE #1 2020 – Niguse Gemeda Mude

Ethiopia – COE #1 2020 – Niguse Gemeda Mude
Tastes Like: Jasmine Blossoms, Dried Apricot, Fresh Juicy Peach, and nuances of Lemon Zest, Cream...
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Tastes Like: Jasmine Blossoms, Dried Apricot, Fresh Juicy Peach, and nuances of Lemon Zest, Cream, and Sugar in the finish.

Presenting the winning coffee from Ethiopia’s first-ever Cup of Excellence (COE) produced by Niguse Gemeda Mude as part of goodboybob’s Vintage Rare Coffee Series.  Niguse has spent years cultivating his coffee farm located in the Sidame Zone in Ethiopia.  Prior to participating in COE, Niguse had only the local market to celebrate his craft and talent for producing exceptional coffee to the rest of the world.  

This is a complex cup and you’ll discover more interesting flavors with every sip. 


Region: Ethiopia, Sidama

Altitude: 1,230 masl (4,000 feet)

Process:  Natural 

Variety: 74158


To learn even more about this Cup Of Excellence coffee, click here.


Brewing Instructions

To best experience the nuanced flavors of this extraordinary coffee, we recommend a ratio of 1 part coffee to 16 parts water when brewing, or put simply, use between 12-14 ounces of water for a 25g sample.



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