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    Question African coffee

    Has anyone ever tried Ethiopian Yirgacheffe? I was thinking about ordering several pounds of it but have never tried it(that I know of). At $15 per pound is it worth it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKid View Post
    Has anyone ever tried Ethiopian Yirgacheffe? I was thinking about ordering several pounds of it but have never tried it(that I know of). At $15 per pound is it worth it?
    Most of people probably have tried Yirgacheffe, which is one of the best valued coffees (very flavorful) in the world. $15 is definitely worth it, but before ordering SEVERAL POUNDS, please make it sure that the coffee is NOT OLD harvested beans and freshly roasted.

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    Yirgacheffe's are usually super tasty... washed Yirgi's will be cleaner more floral/bright... natural Yirgi's will be sweater and slightly fruity (can vary from non existent to fruit bombs)

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    Ethiopia coffee is the best coffee in the world

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    I roasted this just past 1st crack. I've shared it with all my friends/family and all have loved the taste and now have a new found love for fresh roasted coffee

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    Some of the best coffee bar none!

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    It's worth every penny bro. If your getting it at $15 per pound dont waste any time and go ahead and order it right away.
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    I agree... Ethiopian coffees are the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisjv12 View Post
    I agree... Ethiopian coffees are the best...
    hi dennis, how are you? good to hear that you like Ethiopian coffee. anyway, for you, how do you like the coffee? I mean.. how do you find the coffee better than other countries coffee? what flavors do you like the most from Ethiopian coffee?

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    Ethiopian beans are unusual but quite good! You never know if you like it unless you try it!

 

 

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