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    Well, it's not Guatemalan Coffee or anything but that is a different can of worms!

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    A lot of coffee lovers are crazy about Ethiopian coffee, but many regular coffee drinkers don't appreciate them. It's more floral and tea-like. Most regular people just want a coffee that's strong and has low acid, which is the opposite of Yirgacheffe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DwightYorke View Post
    A lot of coffee lovers are crazy about Ethiopian coffee, but many regular coffee drinkers don't appreciate them. It's more floral and tea-like. Most regular people just want a coffee that's strong and has low acid, which is the opposite of Yirgacheffe.
    Nailed it - Go natural and more pronounced berries/fruit light to medium roast will bring them out where a dark it don't matter

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    Ethiopian coffee is very good!

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    I agree

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    Ethiopia is in the green belt where altitude and climate are best for growing coffee plant, also was where coffee was first found there and still to this day most Ethiopia coffee is from wild plants

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piddles View Post
    Ethiopia is in the green belt where altitude and climate are best for growing coffee plant, also was where coffee was first found there and still to this day most Ethiopia coffee is from wild plants
    It's one of the places where we speculate coffee probably was first found. Other places also somewhat credibly make this claim. I like to think it was found in Ethiopia but would not say with certainty.

 

 
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