Ethiopia - Nansebo Sundried
Flavor descriptors: Bright acidity especially for a natural, caramel, green grape, jasmine, nectarine, peach, strawberry, sweet
This is one of five lots we purchased this year from Heleanna Georgalis, of Moplaco Trading PLC. The coffees we source from Moplaco fall under one of several categories. Moplaco has a long history of exporting coffee from diverse and remote regions of Ethiopia such as Harar, Idido, and Chire, and has developed a range of consistent and impactful profile coffees such as Abyssinian Mocca. They are also vertically integrated, currently operating washing stations and farms in Kochere Yirgachefe, Segera Bensa, Chelbesa Gedeb, and Sheka Illubabor. We love working with coffees that Moplaco is directly involved with the production of, but when Heleanna presents us with an offering outside of the Moplaco network it is usually because the quality is phenomenal.
Nansebo Sundried is one of those coffees. In Heleanna's own words "Amazing Coffee, it tastes like Special Fermentation (read: anaerobic fermentation) but it is not"