Coffee in Production: August

Ethiopian Harar “Horse” DP:   **** Limited Micro Roast **** I took this coffee abit darker.  A previous roast was lighter, thus much more “Wine-y” with a very full “Fruit-al” cup.  Taking the bean darker has soothed the front end (you get the hint of blueberry rather a full frontal snap) and the middle and finish is full, dark and chocolately.  Pull incredible as espresso.   

The “Horse” is a very primitive coffee.  This is a “Dry” processed coffee, hence the “DP”.  Majority of coffes around the world are processed (“Milled”) with what would be best described as a “Lap Pool.”  Nothing wrong with this method, but “Dry” processed coffee is Old School.  Benas are picked, placed on raised African beds to dry and then HAND sorted.  (Yeah, I am pulling sticks out of the cooling tray).  Yep, you can’t get more Old School than that.  However, method helps produce a fabulous unique coffee

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