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Natural Guji

Natural Guji

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Bright Roast | Blueberry Muffin, Lemon Zest, Cranberry Orange Scone
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Origin Story:

Natural Guji is a type of coffee that originates from the town of Guji in the city of Odo Shakiso, Ethiopia. The region is renowned for its outstanding and intricately layered coffee. This year's harvest of the heirloom variety was picked at 1800-1900 feet above sea level, resulting in a brew that is sure to amaze.

For this roast, we partnered with Keffa Coffee, a second-generation Ethiopian coffee company. Keffa Coffee sources its coffee beans ethically and, like us, is devoted to supporting its farmers, community, customers, and employees. Owner Samuel Demisse is not only a coffee connoisseur but also views coffee as a lifestyle. Demisse was born in the region of Kochere, Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee. In 2006, he founded Keffa Coffee after noticing a lack of Ethiopian coffee imports in the USA. Keffa now imports over 3 varieties of coffee from 10 countries and ships to roughly 450 customers globally.

Roast Story: 

Once we sampled this coffee, we were certain we wanted to include it in our collection. We started with 5 bags, but after carefully assessing its quality, we were so impressed that we ordered 5 more. The flavor profile is reminiscent of a sweet and buttery pastry, with a velvety and smooth texture, and a slightly acidic finish. To roast it, we utilized a unique method called soaking, wherein we introduce the coffee to the roasting machine before igniting the gas, which results in a more evenly distributed heat and a lighter roast.

Roast: Light Roast

Tasting Notes: Blueberry Muffin, Lemon Zest, and Cranberry Orange Scone

Process: Natural/Dry

Region: Ethiopia, Africa

Farm: Biru Bekele Farms

Altitude: 1,800-1,900 Meters

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  • The Perfect Bag Size

    We offer our coffees in 12oz, 2lb, and 5lb bag options. If you're curious about the number of cups of coffee (6oz servings) each bag can provide, we have all the details for you!

    12oz = 23 cups

    2lb = 60 cups

    5lb = 151 cups

  • Brewing Tips

    To unlock an extraordinary cup of coffee, we recommend:

    • Using freshly ground coffee
    • Using 15grams of coffee per 250ml of water per serving
    • Using your preferred brewing method

    Check out our Brewing Guides for more!

Choose Your Best Grind

Understanding Grind Types

Whole Bean

Maximize your coffee experience by grinding your own whole beans. The flexibility of a grinder allows you to grind fresh and specifically for your brewing device. It's one extra step, but trust us, it is so worth it ;)

Best For: All Methods

Regular/Keurig (Ground)

This fine-medium grind is perfect for drip machines, keurigs, or aeropresses. It is the most commonly used size, making it a safe option when gifting coffee to a friend or if you are unsure of what grind type to get.

Best For: Drip Machines, Keurig Machines, Aeropress

Chemex (Ground)

For Chemex enthusiasts, the coffee grind is coarser compared to other pour over options. This grind size is ideal due to thicker Chemex filters, which slow down water during extraction.

Best For: Chemex

Pour Over (Ground)

This medium-coarse grind is ideal for fans of pour overs like the V60. For optimal results, we recommend using with paper filters.

Best For: Pour Overs (Not Chemex)

French Press (Ground)

Perfect for any submersion brewing methods such as the french press or cold brew. This extra coarse grind will be the perfect grind for you!

Best For: French Press, Cold Brew

Espresso (Ground)

Ideal if you have an espresso machine but not recommended! If you are looking for espresso fine coffee, please take note that we recommend you purchase an espresso grinder and do not recommend purchasing coffee ground for espresso from us. Although we will do it, calibration is key to a perfect shot of 'spro. There are over 20 options in espresso finely ground coffee and we'll grind based on what works best on our espresso machine for the day.

Best For: Espresso