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Ethiopia Guji #66

12 oz whole bean light coffee
By Slate Coffee Roasters

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A masterpiece of flavor, this coffee has more twists than your favorite mystery novel and just as satisfying an ending. Isn’t it great when a plan comes together?

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Ratings & Reviews

★★★★★ 13 reviews

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GUNNER 11/30/2017
★★★★★
"This one is just so YUM! Love the amount of fruity blends you get in this coffee! I think my favorite part of it is the note of honey. One of my new favorite blends. "
ERIKA 09/09/2017
★★★★★
"This coffee is delicious. Light and sweet with a rich caramel finish. Brewed with a v60. "
JUSTIN 03/11/2017
★★★★★
"Very rich and complex coffee. Made wonderful espressos and latte (my mother usually doesn't like latte but she loved it)."
KEITH 02/20/2017
★★★★★
"Quite nice the blueberry really comes out between the other bright fruity notes in this one. I wouldn't recommend this for an everyday coffee but would go great to mix things up. Served black via an aeropress."
MELLY 02/10/2017
★★★★★
"Just switched from medium roast to light roast and am so glad I did. This is the one I was most excited to try this month and I was not disappointed. Excellent on both chemex and aeropress."
BANKS 09/18/2016
★★★★★
"Grateful this was our first bean box experience. I followed them on instagram after trying their bean and have been introduced to so many new and wonderful things coming from Slate Coffee Roasters."
ILENE 06/02/2016
★★★★★
"Slate rocks and I love their Ballard location. Get a flight. This Ethiopian is a wonderful tasty coffee great for a special treat. "
D.JUSTUS 02/15/2016
★★★★★
"Brewing using the pour over method brings out the most in this roast. There is so much flavor packed into every sip. This is an instant favorite!"
TIFFANY 02/11/2016
★★★★★
"A very nice morning coffee smooth and complex. I enjoy fruity and chocolate notes in a coffee. This particular coffee I wish just had a stronger finish, "
RICARDO 12/31/2015
★★★★★
"Ethiopia Guji was best as drip coffee or french press. I like lightly roasted, acidic, fruity espresso so I purchased the Guji to brew espresso. The texture was too thin. It was difficult to dial in a balanced shot. The fruity acidity really came alive when I brewed as drip or french press."