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Ethiopian Coffee Bundle

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We're really excited to be offering this bundle of three Ethiopian coffees, because we think that once you taste them, you're going to love them. They each highlight something unique about Ethiopian coffees, and they all come from the same region—the Guji and Gedeo Zones. That means they have a lot in common: they're all fruity and sweet, with floral undertones.

Our first pick is Chelbesa Natural from Transcend: This coffee, while fruity and sweet, has a lot of body to it, making it well-balanced. It has notes of peaches and blueberries, with chocolatey undertones throughout.

Ethiopia Shakiso from Rogue Wave is our next pick. This light, bright cup of coffee is sure to be a favorite. It has notes of raspberry, peach, melon, and floral.

Finally, Ardent Natural from Monogram; We're really excited to be offering this coffee, it's delicious and well balanced. It reminds me of chocolate-covered peaches.


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