When you’re in the mood for a caffeine boost, Mystic Monk Coffee’s Ethiopia Yirgacheffe medium roast blend will be your new best friend. Upon placing the coffee under an Agtron machine Ethiopia Yirgacheffe gets an agtron reading of 57. Its bold, balanced flavor and aroma are right on time, and it has a smooth, full-bodied taste that will satisfy customers who value a premium cup of Joe.
Organic coffee is produced through methods that emphasize eco-friendly business practices such as making sure to not harm the environment with fertilizers or replace healthy coffee plants with inferior ones. This causes the coffee to have a much lower caffeine level than traditional coffee. If you’re looking for a different flavor in your morning cup, give Ethiopia Yirgacheffe a try.
Mystic Monk Coffee’s Ethiopia Yirgacheffe is processed using a special method known as the Wet-hulled coffee processing method. Wet-hulled processed coffees are known for their extremely rich and strong body, but devoid of sweetness and with really low acidity. They may have a slight tobacco profile, but when we think of wet-hulled coffees, we think of average, inconsistent flavors. A very humid environment makes this method ideal. While the intense flavor of wet-hulled coffee isn’t for everyone, it makes for an interesting single-origin coffee for adventurous coffee drinkers.
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe is a well-established brand when it comes to coffee. Their operations are based in Clark, Wyoming but they source their coffee beans from Yirgacheffe growing region, southern Ethiopia to produce Ethiopia Yirgacheffe. If you want more information regarding the roasters, you can get in with them by contacting them on 877-751-6377 or by visiting their website www.mysticmonkcoffee.com.
With an exceptional flavor profile and a distinctive aroma, this one-of-a-kind coffee provides the excitement only the best coffees offer. This coffee has a slightly imbalanced acidity that some may appreciate while others may object to.