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Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
Ethiopia Wote Konga by Kuma Coffee
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#347 Ethiopia Wote Konga

12 oz whole bean light coffee

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Everything’s berry fine when you start your day with this coffee! Its bright, juicy notes remind us of those fresh summer fruits that drip down your chin with every bite. Pure joy.

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★★★★★ 7 most recent reviews

Kayla Albers
★★★★★ ★★★★★ I am always drawn to ethiopian beans, mostly yirgacheffes, but I was still delightfully surprised with this one! I snapped a photo of the label so I can go back and order a full bag next time I run out of coffee. Yummy!
Micaela Cuneo
★★★★★ ★★★★★ Very light fruit flavors that were not overpowering. I usually prefer darker roasts, but this was very good.
jonathan Pankake
★★★★★ ★★★★★ I like Ethiopia coffee and I was excited to try this kind. I was disappointed in the taste. I felt like it was bitter but everyone's taste is different so give it a try.
Micah Flack
★★★★★ ★★★★★ Everyone loved the smell of this coffee. It stuck out the most to my friends. It had a sweet, syrupy taste. It tasted very juicy and ripen just as the description stated. The blueberry taste was prevalent for certain. The melon taste was also very prevalent.
Alex Russo
★★★★★ ★★★★★ Really interesting light beans. The fruit notes are REALLY strong after you grind the beans. Given the fruit, the coffee was a little more bitter than I expected. But, if you like light beans, this is worth a try. I gave the beans a med-coarse grind and 5-min steep in 4-cup french press.