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Marvell St Coffee Roasters

Arsosala Ethiopia

Arsosala Ethiopia

Hibiscus, Nectarine, Vanilla

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Founded in 2015, Arsosala Washing Station is located in the district of Urga in Guji. This is a region of Ethiopia where most coffee is grown at very high altitudes by small backyard farmers who take advantage of the rich red soil of the highlands.

This unique terroir meant that since the early 2000s, Guji has become its own recognised growing region, separating from Sidama. Approximately 1,200 farmers deliver their coffee cherry to the station throughout the harvest season, where it is de-pulped and left to ferment overnight before being dried on raised beds.

The resulting coffee is a spectacular representation of how spectacular coffee from Ethiopia can be.

Region: Urga
Country: Ethiopia
Elevation: 1,850-1,900 masl
Variety: Heirloom
Processing: Washed

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  • Roast Profile

    Roast Level
    Light
    Brewing methods recommended
    Pour over Drip coffee Aeropress French press
    Features
    Single origin Single Origin
    Best served Black Best served Black
  • Brewing Guide

    Recipe for Pour over

    1 : 16.6

    brew ratio

    30g

    ground coffee

    500g

    brewed coffee

    180s

    brewing time

    95°C

    brewing temp.

    This is our general recipe for pour over filter brews. You may want to experiment with this recipe to tailor your brew to your taste preference.

    Source: Acuratore
  • Taste Profile

    Balanced & Aromatic Balanced & Aromatic
    Tasting Notes

    Hibiscus, Nectarine, Vanilla

Roaster

Marvell St Coffee Roasters

Marvell St select and roast coffees that are balanced, naturally sweet and free of defects, believing in minimal intervention, both on the farm level, and when roasting the raw green product. This philosophy leads them to buy the best quality coffee from Central and South America, West Africa as well as locally from Byron Bay. On a community level, they support businesses that operate with a shared intent to benefit the local community and environment.  

As a growing company they are conscious of their impact on the environment, and try to make as little impact as possible. They use a Loring Smart roaster designed to be extremely efficient and low emission. They hand deliver local orders in reuseable buckets saving about 250,000 coffee bags yearly from going into landfill. Their retail coffee bags are 100% recyclable and they make their shipping satchels from the materials their green beans are stored in. 

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