This coffee is perfumery fragrant. The moment you open the bean jar, the unmistaken wine aroma emerges, followed by floral. after a few minutes, the sweet sugary aroma starts to dominate.
The dry grinds would first exhibit wine trait, and then spices, ripe papaya aroma, and followed by sweet floral fragrance.
When hot water first hits the grinds, a clear sweet and floral fragrance swirls up, so pleasant and gentle ... God, this is amazing!
And the brew continues show stunning wine traits, honey like sweetness, floral and fruity aroma ....
At first a couple of sips, the coffee taste like wine, very clean and smooth, with amazing complex and subtle nuances.
Later, mild fruity aroma and taste starts to show up.
Wait for some more time, the honey and white peach like sweet and moist flavors prevail.
The coffee has a long finish. After finishing the coffee, the pleasant sweet and moist flavor would stay on tongue for hours - another amazing fact that we discovered on this Ethiopia Guji coffee.
For pour over, we prefer
coffee to water ratio of 1:15, which brings the best elegance and subtlety of this coffee, the coffee taste clean, mild, smooth and sweet. However, if you are looking for more intense flavors, you can try 1:13 and or 1:14, the coffee would come out much more brighter and heavier, with clear blueberry and raspberry notes.