Ethiopian Yirgacheffe FTO

Ethiopian Yirgacheffe FTO

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe FTO (Fair Trade Organic) coffee is a distinctive and highly celebrated variety originating from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. Known for its refined, flavourful profile, this coffee is often characterized by its bright acidity and vibrant, floral aroma. It typically features a light to medium body, with a smooth, silky mouthfeel.

The flavour notes of Yirgacheffe FTO are particularly diverse, ranging from citrus and floral tones to more complex hints of berries, tea, and wine. Lemon, jasmine, and honey are commonly identified in its profile, making it a favourite among coffee connoisseurs who appreciate its unique and delicate taste.

Yirgacheffe beans are usually washed, a process that contributes to their clean and crisp taste. This method involves removing the coffee cherry's pulp and washing the beans, which results in a clearer and more pronounced flavour profile.

The Fair Trade Organic certification of these beans ensures that they are grown and harvested following ethical and sustainable practices. This certification supports the local farming communities by ensuring fair compensation and encouraging environmentally friendly farming techniques. The combination of these practices not only enhances the quality of the coffee but also contributes to the preservation of the region's natural resources and the betterment of its people's livelihoods.

In Canada, where coffee enthusiasts value quality and ethical sourcing, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe FTO coffee holds a special place for its exquisite taste and the positive impact of its production.

Roast level: Full City / Medium-Dark

Country: Ethiopia
Region: Yirgacheffe
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1700 to 2200 masl
Fair trade: Yes
Organic: Yes

A note about freshness

To increase shelf life and preserve freshness, it is best to buy the beans whole and grind them at home. That said, we understand that not everyone has a coffee grinder at home. Select the type of grind for the way you normally prepare your coffee. Not sure? Check out our handy chart.

This coffee will begin to hit its peak flavour around 3-4 days AFTER the roast date. 


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