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White Peach · Jasmine · Hibiscus
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When brewed, this coffee has a floral tasting profile like fresh, blooming jasmine. On the first sip, we taste white peaches and rounds out from the tartness of the cascara, which boasts hibiscus flavors.
Ethiopian coffees give us the best of both worlds: unique, vibrant acidity and the sweetness of fresh fruit. This lot of Sakaro is balanced and incredible for those that usually gravitate towards “brighter” coffees.
Over 113+ Smallholder Farmers
Worka Kebele, Gedeb District
Years of Purchase
White Peach, Jasmine, Hibiscus
Kalita Wave or Hario V60
Coffee: 20 grams
Water: 340 grams
Brew Time: 3:00 minutes
Sakaro is a collection of harvests from neighboring farms. This coffee introduced us to a new terroir in Gadeb, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. We are discovering unique and delicious flavor profiles that stand out.
This coffee grows as high as 2,400 meters above sea level. We find that coffees from this region are characterized by vibrant floral bouquets and balanced acids of white peach.
The Sakaro washing station carries out pulping, channel-washing, and raises drying for 12-20 days after receiving ripe coffee cherry deliveries from local small-holder farmers.
Finally found a truly delicious bean and roast combination. Sakaro. I usually prefer bright acidity, full flavor, med to light bodied Kenyan or Ethiopian. Bright and luscious has been hard to find in other respected roasters. Verve got me with this one. And their outstanding personal service.
Had a bag of Sakaro last year and it was easily the best of 2020. Once again, Sakaro is the best all year. It’s the perfect balance of flavor notes.
This coffee was right in my wheelhouse, with great floral and honeycomb flavors. Excited to try other Verve offerings.
I'm beginning to really enjoy this coffee. I'm new to light roast coffee but after some experimentation I settled on a Clever Dripper, coarse grind, and 2 minute brew time.
Sakaro is easily 5 stars on flavor alone, but I get too jittery when I drink it. I went back to Verve’s Kenyan coffees.
Loved the service and loved the beans even more ... got the Ethiopian Sakaro and I daresay I preferred this over more expensive single origin beans (lookinig at you Gesha!).