Ethiopia Yirgacheffe refers to the somewhat light to medium bodied coffee which has a delicate spiced notes and a nice apricot tang that finishes cleanly. Ethiopian Yirgacheffes are amazing and unique coffees. The coffees from this region will surprise you with their floral and tangerine notes.

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