Koppi Roasters
Ethiopia Dhilgee Chelbesa

Roaster Location: Flag of Sweden Helsingborg


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Bean Source Country: Ethiopia
Bean Source Region: Gedeb



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  • Q Reviews

    59 roasts rated, avg score of 4.44

    5.00 - Average

    The coffee itself is washed Kurume & Dega cultivars from the Gedeb area, in the south of the Gedeo zone. More specifically the area of Chelbesa and Im assuming Dhilgee is the name of the washing station that produces this coffee from cherry provided by 170 local farmers. Roasting definitely towards the Obi-wan side and a top job done there.

    So Im expecting fairly classic #yirgacheffe vibes from this and its definitely in that ball park but theres a real scented almost sparkling florality to it which I personally really like and that stands out from a lot of washed East African coffee Ive cupped recently.

    The aroma has obvious sweet citrus, a nip of blood orange, and an almost medicinal note, but it's not unpleasant. The flavour is excellent, very floral. Yes, lychee, watermelon maybe, a bit of a peardrop candy thing (if youve ever had those), and really good quality pink lady apples (if youve ever had those).

    Its layered with complex sweetness, citric and some sparkling phosphoric acidity too. Really enjoyed it. The body is light and tea like as you might expect and it is grapefruit juice drying in the aftertaste but thats not going to hold it back too much.

    Great coffee. Itll be gone by Friday I expect.

    Cupping Method:From Dog & Hat subscription box.

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Bean Source Country: Ethiopia
Widely regarded as the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia boasts diverse and complex flavors, from bright, floral, and citrusy in Yirgacheffe to wine-like and berry-toned in Sidama. The country's heirloom varieties, combined with unique processing methods, make Ethiopian coffee truly distinctive and sought-after by enthusiasts worldwide.
Bean Source Region: Gedeb
Gedeb coffee, originating from the southern Yirgacheffe region in Ethiopia, is cultivated in a unique terroir at high altitudes of 1,800 to 2,200 meters, with rich volcanic soils and a favorable climate, contributing to its exceptional quality. Its flavor is characterized by a vibrant acidity, akin to citrus or wine, combined with intricate floral notes like jasmine or bergamot, and complemented by complex fruit flavors such as peach, lemon, or berry. The coffee is predominantly made from indigenous Ethiopian heirloom varietals, known for their genetic diversity and contributing to the light to medium body and tea-like mouthfeel of the brew.
Organic coffee is produced without synthetic chemicals, such as pesticides, herbicides, and artificial fertilizers. Instead, organic coffee farmers rely on natural and sustainable agricultural practices like crop rotation, composting, and biological pest control. To be labeled as organic, coffee must meet strict regulations and certification criteria set by governing bodies, such as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or the European Union (EU). Organic coffee not only supports environmental sustainability but may also offer health benefits, as it contains fewer chemical residues than conventionally grown coffee.

Best Rated Roasts of Koppi Roasters

Koppi Roasters is a coffee roaster from Helsingborg, Sweden. We have 3 cataloged roasts with 3 total reviews with a score of 4.83.

International Rank: #87 out of 822
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