If you love sweet and light Ethiopian coffees then
perk your ears, step lively and order quickly!
now 1000faces Athen's cafe is brewing up a new
customer favorite. It is called Ethiopian Reko. I have
thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful coffee. It has a
great summer quality to it. While many African
coffees can be wonderfully berryish or citrusy, this
unique coffee has top notes of sweet cantaloupe with
a round, soft and subtle feel. It has a great tea-like
body that is very flavorful and it expresses itself very
openly. I am never left to ponder what it is thinking!
It really is a coffee that should be enjoyed black and
without any added milk. The acidity is quite balanced.
It is just a wonderful melon-y sweet cup. Like coffee
iced? You get even more expression out of it when it
is cold. Snatch it up while you can.
Simply delicious! Kuma's Kenya Wamuguma is a
beautiful, sweet, big bodied cup of jammy berry love.
Brewed in my Chemex and served black it is a great
drink all day coffee, especially in the heat of August
September. It is great using any brewing method. For
those of you that like to add a pinch of sugar, I taste
almost berry and watermellon Kool Aid coffee cup of
African wonderfulness. Mark Barany is one of my
favorite roasters, not just because he is a lovable kind
chap, but because he really has a palate and knows
to pick and roast coffee that pretty much knocks
everyones socks off and a lot of other things! So hold
to your knickers and give this African a try. It is sure
bring a smile from morning till the sun goes down.