ABEBAYEHU - ETHIOPIA
Tasting Notes: cola nut, jasmine, papaya
Variety: Abadiro, Kubaniya
Elevation: 2200-2300 MASL
Process: Sun-dried natural
About: We are proud to introduce this coffee from the highlands of Harar, in Ethiopia's Golocha District. This stunning and complex cup is one of several lots produced by the Tiret Cooperative, which exists to elevate exceptional coffees produced by its members and return the fruits of their trading directly back to the community. Abebayehu's family farm is located in the village of Mine Tucha. This year's harvest is bursting with flavors of sweet papaya and buttery nut, in addition to subtle floral and spice qualities. Five Points is excited to include this coffee on our fall menu, and we look forward to sourcing with the Tiret Cooperative again in the future.
RUNGETO KIKUYU - KENYA
Tasting Notes: sweet grapefruit, milk chocolate, juicy
Producer: Rungeto Co-op
Variety: SL28, SL34
Elevation: 1750 MASL
About: Located on the southern slopes of Mt. Kenya in Kirinyaga, the Rungeto Co-op is comprised of over 1,200 member producers. This year's harvest - fully washed and sun-dried - reveals vibrant juiciness, with layers of sweet grapefruit and milk chocolate. We have been savoring every sip of Rungeto Kikuyu, available now for a very limited time.