Single Origin

#353 Ethiopia Wush Wush Interval Process | Single Origin MAY Series

RM 98.00
【2024_5_Ethiopia Wush Wush Interval Process】
● Tasting Note πŸ“: Chamomile, Oregano, Plum, Hibiscus
● Region πŸ“: Keffa, SNNPR, Ethiopia
● Producer πŸ‘¨β€πŸŒΎ: Local Farmers
● Village 🌱: Wush Wush
● Varietal 🌿: Heirloom
● Processing πŸ”„: Natural
● Roasting πŸ”₯: Medium

Story πŸ“–
There's a shop I pass by on my commute to work. My colleague mentioned that whenever they pass by, they hear a beautiful sound 🎢. Upon listening closely, I noticed a landscape hanging at the eaves. Curious, I gave it a gentle shake, and I heard a sound reminiscent of something I heard during a trip several years ago 🎡. Sure enough, at the bus stop, a small landscape was hung as well. Even in the sweltering heat and humidity, whenever I heard the mysterious sound, it invigorated me 🌬️. It was as enchanting a moment as it was back then ✨.

Memories of Ethiopia Wush Wush from February come flooding back 🌊. It was a floral and sweet coffee, like jasmine and black tea syrup 🌺🍯, but this time, there's a touch of green πŸƒ. I'm reminded of herbs like chamomile, basil, and oregano. A deeper and richer aroma is present, and as it cools, hints of lemon πŸ‹ emerge. On rainy days, I remember a little child walking with a yellow umbrella β˜”, splashing water around.

So many things just pass us by. If my colleague hadn't pointed it out, I might have missed this scenery as well. When we stop and take a closer look, everything feels new 🌟. Coffee is no exception. Its aroma changes when it's hot versus when it's cooled β˜•βž‘οΈπŸ§Š. I nod at the taste and aroma I couldn't experience in February. Even though we grew up in the same village, the image is quite different. Just like people. Be it coffee, objects, or people, I resolve to stop and observe them carefully πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™‚οΈ.

[Coffee Card πŸ“]
It was a floral and sweet coffee, like jasmine and Earl Grey tea syrup 🌸🍡, but this time, there's a touch of herbs like chamomile and thyme 🌿.

BEAN BROTHERS' | Brew Guide πŸ“š
Method: v60 πŸŒ€
Coffee beans: 15g β˜•οΈ
Water: 240g πŸ’§
Water temperature: 90Β°C πŸ”₯
Brew time: 2min 15secs ⏳
Grind size: 25 clicks on Comandante πŸ”„
Size: 200G
Grind Selection: Whole Bean

Pickup available at Bean Brothers KL

Usually ready in 24 hours

Size: 200G
Grind Selection: 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.

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

You'll be able toΒ 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,Β allowing the flavour of the coffee compoundsΒ to be properly extracted. Within the first seven days, roasted coffee beans are still releasing carbon dioxide and degassing. If not degassed properly, itΒ 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 aΒ 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.Β As you drink moreΒ coffee, you will figure out which notes you would like the most.

Which grind size should I choose for my brewing method?

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