A personal website by Khürt Williams, with imagery, and inchoate ramblings on coffee, beer, and geekery.
I’ve drunk light roasted Ethiopian coffees — Harrar and Yirgacheffe — almost daily for several years. I love the subtle berry flavours. I’m not a coffee expert but I do enjoy a good cup and can tell my Harrar from my Yirgacheffe and my Sumatra from my Jamaican. And I always brew in a French Press.
Recently I started reading about Gesha. Gesha is a type of coffee bean that is grown and harvested in South America but which has origins in Ethiopia. Not many beans are harvested and as a result Gesha is both hard to find and expensive.
So I was excited that Verve recently offered Brumas del Zurquí Natural Gesha for sale. I ordered an 8oz tin right away. Good thing too, as the Brumas del Zurquí Natural Gesha is sold out. The beans were grown in the San Francisco de Heredia region of Costa Rica by Juan Ramon Alvarado.
I have never done a cupping. I don’t know the “right” words to describe how this coffee tastes. I’ll try anyway. It is a smooth, light and enjoyable cup of coffee.
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