Greenglass Coffee Company

I (Colin 👋) vividly remember the first time I had a properly roasted coffee from the Sidama region of Ethiopia. The dense sweetness, meyer lemon aromas and jasmine-florals literally gave me goosebumps. Years later, these coffees still resonate with me like no other. I could go on and on, but the point is that our newest offering is precisely one of “those” coffees. Specifically, this one comes from Demeka Becha washing station in Bona Zuria district of Sidama. It has a lot going for it, and I’d encourage everyone to try it, even those who maybe don’t normally drink lighter roasts. 🙂 In the cup, we get notes of nectarine, sweet tea, and lemon candies. Bright, but balanced.
📸: Catalyst Trade]
A little more on the subject…
When we buy green coffee, there’s a lot of boxes that have to be checked for it to fit what we’re looking for. Traceability, sustainability, impact of the relationships, and of course, the flavor and quality. We are beyond blessed to have access to some of these coffees (Ethiopian coffee specifically) through our friends Catalyst Trade] who work directly with the producers that make coffees like this possible.