Godshot Espresso

Godshot Espresso
 
 
Godshot Espresso
Notes: Green apple, jasmine, honey
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We taste

A delicate and floral cup, with dominant notes of pome fruit, in particular green apple, all sweet reminiscent of honey.

Brewing Recipe

Espresso

17.5g Coffee | 33g Water | 31s

Optimal freshness: 5 to 30 days

The bean

FARM: Nensebo Refisa

REGION: West Arsi

COUNTRY: Ethiopia

ELEVATION: 1950 masl

VARIETY: Dega, Wolisho

PROCESS: Washed

Particularities

In the coffee geek language, Godshot means a unique espresso shot that approaches perfection, as if it had been blessed by the gods. Bright, fruity and balanced, this coffee gives a delicious espresso with little or no milk.

STORY

The coffee is processed in the Refisa washing station, owned by Negusse Weldyes, built since 2015, which is located in the heart of Nensebo Woreda, bordering Bale Mountain National Park. A total of 588 producers delivering coffee cherries from the surrounding towns, Roricho, Bulga and Solena. The average farm size in Nensebo is 2 hectares and growers grow a range of heirloom coffee varieties, including wild varieties from nearby forests.

We taste

A delicate and floral cup, with dominant notes of pome fruit, in particular green apple, all sweet reminiscent of honey.

Brewing Recipe

Espresso

17.5g Coffee | 33g Water | 31s

Optimal freshness: 5 to 30 days

The bean

FARM: Nensebo Refisa

REGION: West Arsi

COUNTRY: Ethiopia

ELEVATION: 1950 masl

VARIETY: Dega, Wolisho

PROCESS: Washed

Particularities

In the coffee geek language, Godshot means a unique espresso shot that approaches perfection, as if it had been blessed by the gods. Bright, fruity and balanced, this coffee gives a delicious espresso with little or no milk.

Read more

STORY

The coffee is processed in the Refisa washing station, owned by Negusse Weldyes, built since 2015, which is located in the heart of Nensebo Woreda, bordering Bale Mountain National Park. A total of 588 producers delivering coffee cherries from the surrounding towns, Roricho, Bulga and Solena. The average farm size in Nensebo is 2 hectares and growers grow a range of heirloom coffee varieties, including wild varieties from nearby forests.

Read more

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