We small batch roast our One Point Twenty One Coffee out of ECS Coffee in Burlington, Ontario. We're all about great coffee, from carefully selected beans to our sustainable & precise roast methods. We use a Bellwether coffee roaster to produce a consistent roast that brings out the tasting notes in each coffee. Our roaster uses clean technology that produces zero emissions, eliminating roast processes that harm our environment and planet.
We love how fruit-forward and sweet our Ethiopia coffee is. Bright notes of strawberry and hibiscus are rounded out with a cocoa sweetness. dark roasted, this coffee is delicious black in pour over format.
Limmu Kossa is active in their surrounding community, constructing an 8 km dry weather road and three classrooms at the local elementary school.
Roast: Dark Roast
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, hibiscus, raw sugar
Variety: Ethiopia Heirloom
Region: Oromia Region, Ethiopia, Africa
Elevation: 1800 - 2200m
I bought this coffee by mistake...don’t usually like dark roast. Am I ever glad I accidently picked up dark roast, it is so good...and for a dark roast, absolutely zero bitter burn taste which is what this light weight medium roast drinker usually tastes in a dark roast...it’s extremely smooth and flavourful. Whenever I purchase Ethiopian coffee I always buy yirgacheffe beans, and I probably will try the One Point Twenty One version of that bean, but right now Limmu Kossa dark roast is my new fav.
As I type, I’m enjoying this nice cup of coffee, made with my Hario Pour-over coffee maker in my backyard patio. Ahhh. Just the right thing to make a sunny Saturday morning even better. Deeelicooua cup of coffee ever. I’m gonna buy more when I run out.
Purchased this coffee in store the other day and I have been enjoying it in my Chemex. I can definitely taste the fruity notes, and it has a nice roasty almost smoky aftertaste. Husband is less of a fan of it, he doesn't like ethiopian coffee. But I enjoy it, the roasty taste is especially great in the morning with my breakfast :)