Dad Coffee - Limited Father’s Day Release!

$ 19.00 

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This morning we have a special release of coffee love for all the Papa bears out there. This limited bag of beans is filled with a special Dad approved roast of our Ethiopia Koke Natural. This is a new profile for the Koke natural highlighting the sweeter side of things and is sure to be loved by all the Dads in your life! 

We Taste: Black Cherry, Dark Chocolate, Creamy

Coffee Info: 

Producer: Smallholder Contributors to Koke Washing Station
Region: Yirgacheffe
VARIETY: Kurume, Dega, Wolisho
PROCESS: Natural
Elevation: 1800 Meters

More about the Koke Washing Station:

The Koke washing station is named for the Koke kebele, or town, where it is located in the Yirgacheffe district of the Gedeo Zone. Ally has a long-standing relationship with the family-owned Koke washing station, which was built in 2011 and has seen many improvements since 2015, when the washing station staff began providing guidance to contributing producers regarding steps to increase coffee quality.  We have been providing feedback to Koke and sourcing with them for more than five years, and we look forward to many more years of fruitful partnership.

The Koke station stands on the side of a hill, with coffee grown above and below the station. For the last three years, the Koke station managers have been separating out the higher elevation cherries for Ally, and the quality clearly shows. 96 small scale farmers provided cherries to Koke this harvest most of them multi-generational family farmers.

Brewing Recommendations: 


We're loving 19g in, 38-40g out over 25-29 seconds

Dose:  25g. 
Grind:  Medium (on Baratza Encore / Virtuoso 14)
Water: 400ml of at 202 degrees Fahrenheit 
Bloom: 50ml of water saturating the coffee. Let sit for 1 minute

 2nd Pour: Pour in circles until your at 100ml 

Final Pulse Pours: Add 20-40ml of water each pour until reaching 300ml. Allow coffee to drain almost fully between pours. 
Final Brew Time: 4 minutes


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