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Bean Brothers

#341 Ethiopia Checho Bita | SINGLE ORIGIN JULY SERIES

RM 82.00 Sold out

Tasting Notes

Chamomile, Wild Honey, Red Pepper, Blackcurrant

Beans Information


SNPPR, Keffa, Ethiopia


Dinkalem Adema

Processing Station

Checho Bita
Varietal Heirloom




Medium Light

Coffee Story

Working at a coffee company has its perks, and one of the best aspects is undoubtedly the opportunity to taste a variety of coffees. At Bean Brothers Roastery, the proportion of coffees that we actually release as products after evaluation is around 5%. While we have stringent criteria, it also means that there are many coffees of a level that is challenging to bring to the market. After experiencing a range of coffee qualities, a certain "perspective" emerges, and there is a sense of enjoyment that comes only after developing this perspective.

However, there is one side effect that has occurred for me from tasting many coffees in a short period. I find it challenging to appreciate relatively common flavor profiles in coffee. Even if it is of good quality, I tend to evaluate it more with my "head" rather than feeling it from the heart, and the instances where I genuinely believe a coffee is good have decreased. While it concerns me that someone discussing coffee can become indifferent in this way, it is not easy to rediscover the enthusiasm I had when cheering for each cup of coffee.

Occasionally, when encountering a coffee with a distinctive character, like a herbal and citrusy Ethiopian coffee, it brings a breath of fresh air to my once bored palate.

Thinking that all Ethiopian coffees might be similar, the unexpected flavors during the tasting process ignite my interest. It's a sensation where flowers and fruit form the base, complemented by intriguing herbal and spice notes. It reminds me of the enjoyment I once found in quality Yemeni coffee. For those who have been enjoying Ethiopian coffee for a long time, I hope this coffee brings a new sense of delight.

BEAN BROTHER'S Barista Brew Guide

Method : Origami Air
Coffee beans : 15g
Water : 240g
Water temperature : 88°
Brew time : 1min 50 secs
Grind size : 15-17 clicks on Timemore C3

Size: 200g
Grind: Whole Bean

Pickup currently unavailable at Bean Brothers PJ

Size: 200g
Grind: Whole Bean
Explore the world of exceptional coffee with us.
Explore the world of exceptional coffee with us.
Explore the world of exceptional coffee with us.


How long does it take to process an order before it's shipped?

We process our orders daily and send them to our courier partner within 3 working days.

Where are your packages shipped from?

Our packages are shipped from our headquarters at Sunway Damansara, Petaling Jaya.

Do you ship internationally?

Sorry, we only provide shipping within Malaysia at the moment.

Do you provide free shipping?

Yes, when you order more than RM75!

Where can I buy your coffee beans in person?

You can purchase them at both our cafés located at Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur.Click here for directions.

Can I change my grind settings after I’ve placed my order?

Sorry, we don't allow for any changes in orders after it has been made. We encourage you to check clearly before you place your order. If you have any urgent issues regarding your orders at all, you can reach out to us via our live chat.

How many cups of coffee can I make with a 200g pack?

You'll be able to make around 12-14 cups of delicious coffee.

I'm new to the world of coffee, how should I start making coffee at home?

For beginners, we recommend using the Clever Dripper for pour over coffee, because it's simple, straightforward, and reasonably affordable for the quality of its brew.Learn how to brew with the Clever Dripper here.

What is the best consumed date for coffee beans? Are your coffee beans freshly-roasted?

We recommend 7-21 days after the initial roasting date to allow for degassing to take place, allowing the flavour of the coffee compounds to be properly extracted. Within the first seven days, roasted coffee beans are still releasing carbon dioxide and degassing. If not degassed properly, it will hinder the extraction of ground coffee particles during the brewing process.

What are the differences between Single Origins and Blends?

Single origin beans are harvested from a single producer, crop, or region, usually delivering a taste profile that is unique to its origins. Blends are a mixture of a few single origin beans, producing a rich and expressive flavor profile.

How do I choose coffee that is suitable for me?

Find the right tasting notes. These are often identified by our barista during cupping sessions. Some coffee are more floral and fruity while some are more chocolaty and nutty. As you drink more coffee, you will figure out which notes you would like the most.

Which grind size should I choose for my brewing method?

You may refer to our brew guide here.