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Ethiopia “Laayyoo”

For this lot, cherries have been purchased from the hamlet of Layo (aka Laayyoo) Teraga, the highest altitude and Northern most town in Uraga Woreda (2100-2350 masl).

Ture believes that what separates his coffee from other naturally processed coffees is “strict attention to detail here in the drying stage”. In fact, he says there are “three key components to our technique – Firstly, only picking fully ripe cherries. Secondly, lots of moving and turning of the coffee cherries on African beds – a minimum of six times per day. Thirdly a very shallow bed of cherries, a maximum of one 4 cm bed… because of these specific protocols, coffees from Sookoo are particularly crisp and clean. You get all of the big fruit juice flavors and none of the murky over-fermented or over-ripe fruit flavors that can sometimes accompany a naturally processed coffee”.

For this lot, cherries have been purchased from the hamlet of Layo (aka Laayyoo) Teraga, the highest altitude and Northern most town in Uraga Woreda (2100-2350 masl).

Ture believes that what separates his coffee from other naturally processed coffees is “strict attention to detail here in the drying stage”. In fact, he says there are “three key components to our technique – Firstly, only picking fully ripe cherries. Secondly, lots of moving and turning of the coffee cherries on African beds – a minimum of six times per day. Thirdly a very shallow bed of cherries, a maximum of one 4 cm bed… because of these specific protocols, coffees from Sookoo are particularly crisp and clean. You get all of the big fruit juice flavors and none of the murky over-fermented or over-ripe fruit flavors that can sometimes accompany a naturally processed coffee”.

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COUNTRY
Ethiopia
ALTITUDE
2350 masl
VARIETY
mixed
PROCESS
natural but taste washed
NOTES
Lime sherbert, citrus bitters and a hint of floral.

The Drop

For this lot, cherries have been purchased from the hamlet of Layo (aka Laayyoo) Teraga, the highest altitude and Northern most town in Uraga Woreda (2100-2350 masl).

Ture believes that what separates his coffee from other naturally processed coffees is “strict attention to detail here in the drying stage”. In fact, he says there are “three key components to our technique – Firstly, only picking fully ripe cherries. Secondly, lots of moving and turning of the coffee cherries on African beds – a minimum of six times per day. Thirdly a very shallow bed of cherries, a maximum of one 4 cm bed… because of these specific protocols, coffees from Sookoo are particularly crisp and clean. You get all of the big fruit juice flavors and none of the murky over-fermented or over-ripe fruit flavors that can sometimes accompany a naturally processed coffee”.

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