Am I Wrong
Am I Wrong
Am I Wrong
Am I Wrong

Am I Wrong

We think it tastes like Milk Chocolate, Peach Cobbler with subtle florals.

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We will forever love Ethiopian coffee and we always try to have one around. This one airs towards the comforting side, but keeps enough interest around for the discerning drinker. 

We Taste: Milk Chocolate, Peach Cobbler & lightly Floral

Source: Guji, Ethiopia - currently the Haro Sorsa mill

Coffee Things: Medium roast

Perfect For: Espresso brewing, but nobody's gonna tell you what to do. 

Available for pickup
In stock at 3738 Keith Street Building A Unit 2 · Usually ready in 2-4 days

In stock at 3738 Keith Street Building A Unit 2

Am I Wrong

Available for pickup

3738 Keith Street Building A Unit 2

Usually ready in 2-4 days

3738 Keith Street Building A Unit 2
Burnaby BC V5J 3B9


Behind the beans

We wanted to have an Ethiopian coffee available year 'round and the AM I WRONG profile is our answer to that. This isn't your super light approach to Ethiopian coffees which has been become so common (though we love those roasts), this one's got just a touch more development to create a comforting and forgiving espresso. The exact coffee in the profile will change from time to time, but you can always expect something from Guji, with classic chocolate and stone fruit characteristics and some charming aromatics.

The current iteration is from Haro Sorsa, a washing station established in 2011 by local producer Eyasu and later acquired by Abebe Mulugeta. It serves as the hub for 215 smallholder farmers who handpick ripe, red cherries from their typically small (2-3 ha) farms, situated at elevations ranging from 2,200 to 2,400 meters above sea level. Upon arrival, the cherry undergoes a thorough inspection, with only the ripest ones selected for processing. After pulping, the coffee undergoes fermentation in concrete tanks for 36 to 48 hours. Following fermentation, the parchment is meticulously washed and spread out on raised beds to sundry, a process that takes about 7 to 10 days, during which the parchment is regularly raked to ensure uniform drying.


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