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$17.95 – $90.00
Guji – Ethiopia
SteamDot’s Ethiopia Guji comes from the Guracho Washing Station, comprised of about 2300 contributing farmers, and managed by Kedir Hassen Aredo. Guji is an administrative zone of the Oromia region of Ethiopia, which gained political definition in 2002. Prior to that year, the Guji territory (named for the Guji tribe of the Oromo people) was a part of the Borena zone. Guji Zone shares a border with the Southern Nations, Nationalities & People’s Region (SNNP,) which includes Gedeo Zone (where Yirgacheffe is located) and Sidama Zone. This coffee is unsurprisingly a fan favorite with its sweet, fruity, and floral profile. Ethiopia Guji is one of our flagship coffees at SteamDot, and we serve it proudly.
Farmer: Kedir Hassen Aredo
Altitude: 1900 – 2100 masl
Harvest: Oct – Jan
Tasting Notes: Candied Lemon – Bergamot – Herbal
Brew coffee precisely and perfectly with this two-in-one essential. The lightweight digital scale, which measures in 0.1-gram increments with an average accuracy of plus or minus 0.2 grams, accurately measures water and coffee beans or grounds to suit your preferred brewing ratio. A digital timer counts down bloom and extraction times so your coffee is always beautiful, never bitter. For easy and accurate dripping, place your pour-over setup directly on the sleek black scale. Hario has been crafting fine coffee equipment in Japan since 1964.
Hario V60 Coffee Dripper 02
Hario’s V60 dripper was named after its optimal brewing qualities: the V shape and the 60-degree angle. The ceramic dripper has great thermal properties and the spiral grooves slow down the water for better extraction of coffee. Size 02 brews 1 to 6 cups depending on the size of the cup.
$17.95 – $90.00
Kibingo -Burundi **
**This coffee roasts to order on Tuesday of each week**
The Kibingo Washing station was built in 1986 in the Kayanza province of northern Burundi. The name ‘Kibingo’ comes from the Kirundi word ‘urubingo’ which means ‘reeds’. Reeds were planted along the river that runs through the washing station to contain the water and to prevent the surrounding soils from eroding. This washing station collects cherries from over 2,750 local coffee farmers spread over the 18 neighboring hills. During the harvest season Kibingo processes more than 650 tons of coffee. This coffee is a fruit bomb that is sure to delight. You’ll find lively aromatics of bubblegum, raspberry, and quite a rainbow of flavors: strawberry, raspberry, tangerine, white grape, and floral tones. In addition to being incredibly yummy, sales from this coffee have contributed to farmers in a few specific projects: livestock distribution, health insurance, and solar panel installation.
Sourced from Sucafina North America via Greenco Exporters.
Farmer: Kibingo Washing Station
Origin: Kayanza region, Burundi
Altitude: 1893 masl
Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Tangerine, and Floral
Meg Smith Winter Camp Mug
This one-of-a-kind design, with beautiful winter imagery and details, was custom designed by amazing Alaskan artist, Meg Smith. Perfect for all holiday gifting (for self and loved ones!) This enameled tin mug was printed for us by world-renowned enamelware company, Emalco, in Poland known for top notch quality with over 100 years of practice in traditional Polish enamelware.
Limited release and part of a seasonal mug project so you can collect them all as the year goes along!
Puro Caff Espresso Machine Cleaner
- Eliminates residue and buildup in group heads and keeps screens and filters clear for an even brewing extraction
- Integral to the daily backflush regimen on traditional espresso machines, and ideal for soaking espresso machines parts and cleaning coffee brews