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HAYB - WTF Ethiopia Blend 50/50 250g

HAYB - WTF Ethiopia Blend 50/50 250g
Price: 9,50 €
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Roasting date: 10.09.2021
Review product:
Summer, funky explosion of fruit, floral and sweet notes! Blend of two types of speciality Arabica beans from Ethiopia, roasted by HAYB. Medium roast, perfect for espresso machines and moka pots. In its flavour, you can expect light notes of blueberry and strawberry combined with loads of chocolate sweetness.

Great as a classic espresso, with milk as espresso tonic and espresso affogato.

Package: 250 g
Roasting date: 10.09.2021

Blend of two types of Arabica from Ethiopia:

Region: Yirgacheffe / Guji
Producer: Idido / Zelalem Alemu
Variety: Heirloom / 74110, 74112
Process: Washed / Natural
Altitude: 2250 m a.s.l. / 2020 m a.s.l.
Brand: HAYB
Package: 250 g
Country of origin: Ethiopia
Whole bean / Ground Coffee: Whole bean
Arabica / Robusta: 100% Arabica
Process: Washed and natural
Roast level: medium
Brewing method: Espresso
Manufacturer's name and address: HAYB Coffee Sp. z o.o. Al. Jerozolimskie 200 02-486 Warszawa
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