Ethiopia Mormora Cold Brew
|Roaster Location:||Spokane, Washington|
|Coffee Origin:||Guji Zone, Oromia Region, Ethiopia|
|Est. Price:||$5.50/12-ounce bottle|
|Review Date:||July 2021|
A ready-to-drink black coffee, tested cold. Dried apricot, baking chocolate, lemon verbena, marjoram, frankincense. Juicy, sweet-tart structure with lively acidity; satiny-smooth mouthfeel. The balanced finish is equal parts dark chocolate and dried apricot. Chocolate notes are further amplified in milk, as sweet marjoram and resiny frankincense notes.
The coffee tied for the highest rating in a tasting of ready-to-drink black coffees for Coffee Review’s July 2021 tasting report. Prepared by the cold-brew method, which involves prolonged steeping of ground coffee in cold water. Contains no additives or ingredients other than coffee and water. The green coffee used is a natural-processed Ethiopia Mormora. Roast House is a small-batch, quality-focused roaster specializing in farm-direct organic-certified and fair trade certified coffees. Visit roasthousecoffee.com or call 509-995-6500 for more information.
A fruity, decadently tart, chocolaty and richly savory single-origin Ethiopia natural cold brew.
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This review originally appeared in the July, 2021 tasting report: Cold Black Coffee: Simplicity Rules the Post-Pandemic RTD Landscape