Ethiopia Lekempti Arabica Specialty Coffee. Fruity and caramel aroma; perceptible notes: almonds, berry, caramel, dried fruits, herbs.
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coffee from Ethiopia, Lekempti.
After a long break we managed to bring to Sochaccy Artisanal Coffee Roastery a great quality coffee from the Wollega region. This is one of the staple coffees of Ethiopia with a good quality to price ratio.
Lekempti or Nekempte are two names for the same market town in the Wollega region, 250 km or about 6 hours drive west of the capital Addis Ababa. Coffees from Ethiopia are named after the region in which they grew. The most famous coffee growing regions in Ethiopia are Yirgacheffe, Sidamo and Limu. Lekempti is an unusual name for coffees from Ethiopia because it comes from a market town. Ethiopia Lekempti coffee is a very different flavor note than coffee from the Yirgacheffe area. Coffee in Ethiopia is given a number, indicating the method of processing the coffee berries after they are picked from the bush. Grade 1 and 2 are wet-processed coffees, the pulp is removed from the coffee bean, immediately after the fruit is picked. Grades 3 to 5 are dry-processed coffees, the coffee after harvesting is exposed to the hot African sun for drying, then the dried layer is removed by mashing. The coffee we offer at Sochaccy Coffee Roastery is number 3, meaning it is processed using the natural method. The name Ghimbi is also sometimes used interchangeably for Lekempti coffees.
Ethiopian Lekempti coffee greets us with an intense aroma of fruit and caramel. In the cup, notes of almonds, forest berries, caramel and dried fruit are perceptible. The coffee is a medium roast and works well in espresso, as well as a base for drinks with milk. For alternative methods, such as drip or chemex, we recommend a light roast for stronger notes of dried fruits and herbs.
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