12oz | Ground or Whole | Shipped in Burlap Bag
Everyone knew the cowboy loved his coffee. And in his hands, the brew jumped with flavor. So the Belizean coffee lady knew the man held a roasting secret. When she received the Ethiopian shipment, she sought the coffee cowboy. She trusted him with 20 pounds of precious. Two days later, he returned with his first five pound batch. As she brewed it, a sweet berry flavor wafted through the place. They sipped it together on the patio of her Galveston coffee shop. He grinned, and she knew it was the finest cup of joe she had ever tasted. Ever.
Start with blackberry, blueberry, and chocolate, now add a wild spiciness, and you get Ethiopian Harar. This bean is a 5000 footer. And it is processed dry. That means the coffee fruit, often called the cherry, dries in the sun allowing the coffee bean to benefit from the flavor of the fruit.