Ethiopia Raro Nansebo is bold natural process coffee with notes of red fruit and sweet citrus. Returning to Metric’s offerings for a second year, this high elevation selection expresses the complexity that has made Guji known for outstanding coffees.
Led by Ture Waji, small holders around the kebele of Raro Nansebo pick the ripe landrace cherries and and deliver them to the washing station. There the small lot was sun-dried, fruit fully intact on raised beds. Great care and hard work goes into ensuring the lot is dried evenly, imparting the best flavor in each bean. Upon arriving at metric, Raro Nansebo with high initial heat to provide the moment to smoothly coast to a gentle, light finish finish, ensuring balanced acidity and sugar in every cup.
Brewed on filter, this delicious natural expresses notes of ripe summer plum, candied tangerine, and lilac sugar. Pulled as espresso, we taste notes of apricot jam with an orange zest acidity.
Green cost, milling, transport, taxes and exporting fees.
Importing fees and transport from the farm to Chicago, Illinois.
Our Cost of Production
Labor, Rent, Health Insurance, Paid Time Off
Per 10.5oz bag of coffee
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Ethiopia Raro Nansebo
Raro Nansebo, Ethiopia
- Producer Ture Waji
- Elevation 2000 MASL
- Process Natural
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