This is the Ethiopia Suke Quto brought to you by 1000 Faces Coffee. Nestled in the highlands of the Shakisso District, the certified organic Suke Quto Farm is a treasure chest of wild heirloom coffee cultivars. This coffee was grown in the Guji Zone region of Ethiopia. These beans were grown by Tesfaye Bekele at an altitude of 1,800 - 1,930 meters. This coffee is bright with a mix of caramel and fruity flavors.
Super delicious coffee this one! My wife and I really enjoyed it a lot. Extremely balanced and juicy coffee. Had a really nice citrus chase to it on the back end!
Nice change of pace from the lighter and more fruity Ethiopians I'm used to. The chocolate balances out the fruity notes and leaves a pleasant and juicy cup.
Didn't hate this but didn't love it. Was underwhelmed by the flavors. :-/
This coffee tastes like what you'd expect based on it's description and origin: light, floral/fruity notes typical of an Ethiopian coffee. Personally, I'm typically not a big fan of these types of coffees though, so I gave it 3 stars.
Good coffee but I can't find the fruity flavors
Lacks body to offset the citrus notes. Tastes more like lemon tea, than it does coffee:(
Very light up, didn't hold up to a lot of flavor in my opinion...
Love! Coffee with citrus notes are always my favorite! I've never had a coffee with honey notes and it was lovely. Because I loved the dark roast too, wondering if there is a combination of the two? A dark roast with citrus? If not, it's okay. Both were delicious.
Full body coffee with hint of fruit.
Just as the label says this is a fruity coffee with a very up front tang of acid reminiscent of lemon. A good coffee to have occasionally, though not likely to become a mainstay of mine.
One of the more unique Ethiopian coffees I have had. Not as bright and citrus as most. Still fruity enough that you know it's an African coffee but way less complex and lively as I was expecting. Pleasantly surprised by how smooth and consistent the taste was from all my different coffee makers.. Aero, v60,.... It had a dirty, earthy, slate smell once brewed. But tasted more of grass, fruit and carmel once I tasted it. If you are looking for a bright Ethiopian I would tell you to keep looking. But if you are looking for a deep smooth but still fruity cup of Joe look no further. This might even make an awesome esspreso which is rare to say for an Ethiopian coffee.
By the time the coffee made it to me it was definitely passed its prime. It was decent, but I would have liked to try it within seven days of roast.
Good cup of coffee. Not a personal fan of citrus and honey notes
Nice clean cup of coffee with balanced fruity and sweet flavors.
This coffee was pretty nice. The caramel and fruity flavors were both definitely there.
I just can't get over my initial impression that this coffee smells like a wet dog.