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Ethiopia - Beloya Washed

Ethiopia - Beloya Washed

Origin: Ethiopia

Tasting Notes: Raspberry | Peach | Honey

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Roasted In Sussex

Our roastery is in Burgess Hill, West Sussex and all our coffee is roasted on our Loring Roaster.

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Place your order by midnight for next working day dispatch. All orders sent via a tracked service.

Brew Recipe

This coffee works well for all brew methods. 

Filter: Dose 15g-16g, water 250g. 
Espresso: Dose 18 gram to 40-42 gram yield over about 30 seconds. 

Visit our brew guides for more tips and suggestions.

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  • About Ethiopia - Beloya Washed | Ethiopia

  • Coffee Info

    Tasting Notes: Raspberry | Peach | Honey
    Processing Method: Washed

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Ethiopia 🇪🇹

Ethiopia prides itself on being the birthplace of coffee, and many different producing regions all with their own micro climates and weather variations that help to differentiate the flavours. Discover more about Ethiopia's history, processing methods and flavours.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great Coffee

I really enjoy East African coffee and the Beloya was not a disappointment. The coffee was light and fruity; I felt the tasting notes were fairly accurate. A delightful coffee. For the record I used an April brewer with Kalite wave filter papers.

Very rich

A lovely rish dark roast. Full of flavour, my preference is to have it as a lungo

Struggled to extract at V60

Tried various approaches, but always meh outcome.

For perspective: third wave water, K Ultra, and Stagg kettle. Tried with 15 to 250g and lowering the ratio, at 95degC.

Couldn’t get the nice flavors even with cupping, so very unlikely it was a technique, might be just a bad batch.

2* as the coffee was somewhat ok once when almost cold.

Tried aeropress as well, same outcome.