This peachy cup will suit you to a “tea”! Washed Ethiopians are often compared to teas, with their delicate blend of floral and fruit notes and honey- like sweetness. In this cup, a full body of peach syrup adds richness to a light, Earl Grey profile.
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Holy smokes! This smells exactly like the famous crazy expensive Geisha coffee: Jasmine and Earl Grey tea. Once brewed it's bit more peachy than the Geisha. I brewed them side by side with same grind and steep time and this one is very close. Dibs on that last remaining bag!|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ The floral and jasmine notes are really nice. I didn't get much beyond that, and it's a mellow aftertaste. I'm enjoying this coffee in the late afternoons.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Very well balanced, smooth, I'd maybe say toned down even. Less fruity and vibrant than what I was used to from Slate in the past, but my taste has also bee shifting from African to Central and South American coffees.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Love the taste! Definitely has a note of Earl Gray tea in its flavor!|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Smooth and crisp. This was a solid blend of coffee for not knowing what to expect.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Dry, complex, nutty flavor. So earthy that it almost tastes like a good quality mineral water. I sometimes find coffees in this style a bit medicine-y, but this one is not; the only aftertaste is a slight, pleasant, warm bitterness.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Holy heck this is good. Smooth and complex, not to acidic. The beans smell wonderful after grinding and the flavor is spot on. This is a great breakfast coffee or a coffee I would serve to people after dinner.|