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Early bright Early light

 

Your WiFi is down and you have a big project to complete. No worries, you know how to remain calm and insightful under pressure with noble composure. You won’t let this minor first-world problem ruffle your feathers. You take deep breath, a sip of Bundi and enjoy its complex bouquet of wildflowers, honey, cherry upon a full body. Just then, you find your inner wisdom and realize, “I got this”. Bright and early you carry on with confidence.

Product Description

Bundi
Roast level – Medium

Flavor Profile: Floral, Honey, Cherry, Nice Body, and Complex


Sweet cup, velvety and creamy body with dark chocolate and smoky notes. This coffee is for those who enjoy a full bodied coffee experience without the bitter aftertaste so often experienced with a dark roast.*

Country: Ethiopia
Province: Yirgacheffe
Altitude: 1900-2000 M
Varietals: Heirloom
Process: Washed

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Additional Information

Coffee Package Size:

12oz, 24oz, 35 oz, 70oz

Recurring Order Interval:

1 week, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, 4 weeks

Grind:

Whole Bean, Flat Bottom, Cone Bottom, Hario V60, Chemex, French Press

Bundi story

Bundi, marafiki, is the night watchman of the bush. He is up all night with wide-open eyes and knows everything that goes on in the great village. But Bundi was not always so vigilant. In fact, long, long ago he used to be called mlalagi – sleepyhead. He slept all day and all night. Even kwao tumbo-machungwa, whose orange belly gets fat as he chatters all day, was critical of Bundi. Finally, all of the owl family – the babewana – got together. Something had to be done. They tried everything they could think of to get Bundi to be more energetic. They fed him bokoboko, which is sweet and full of energy and that didn’t work. They gave him madole (bananas) and mipapai (papaya) and madanzi (bitter orange), which is so sweet and so bitter it should even speed up kobe, the turtle. Nothing worked. Then one day a wise babewana from Ethiopia flew in. He told of red berries that have grown for ages high in the mountains around Yirga Ch’efe. Those, he said, would do the trick. So the other babewana made a journey into the mountains. Soon they returned, their beaks full of plump red berries. They fed Bundi the succulent berries and he ate all of them – even the little silver beans inside. To this day, bundi is the most alert of all the babewana. And you know why, marafiki? Because of the little red fruit. And what do you think the little red fruit is? Yes! You guessed it! It was Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee – some of the best in the great village! So, you know now that if you have a friend who cannot be alert you should give them Ethiopian Yirgacheffe and they can be as awake as Bundi!

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