Ethiopia Sidamo Twakok Washed
Region: Oromia Sidamo
Altitude: 2,000+ masl
Plant Varietal: Ethiopian Heirloom
Tasting Notes: The tangy apricot and cape jasmine are combined with the dry fragrance of lemon custard and bergamot. The main notes are still sweet peach, white peach, lemon custard and bergamot, with sweetness.
“Twakok” comes from the words “tafac,” which means “sweet” and “kok,” which means “peach.” Coffees from the south of Ethiopia like this one are often produced from the traditional Ethiopian varieties in the region. This is also called Heirloom. The Sidamo Twakok is produced by villagers on small garden plots that they share with food and other crops.
Sidamo sun-dried Twakok has been very popular since the first time in 2018. In addition, with a score of 94 points, it was selected as the second highest score of Coffee Review’s espresso coffee topic in August 2018. In October 2020, Coffee Review once again recorded a high score of 94 points. Since the advent of Twakok, it has always been the bean version of the sun-dried method. But in fact, there are not many bean models that meet this flavor setting. In 2019 and 2020, we will only launch one batch of sun-dried Twakok.
Sidamo washed Tawkok is our sister work inspired by the flavor of the cup in 2019. A total of one batch will be released in 2019. Like sun-dried Twakok, the flavor of peach and apricot is a must. From dry aroma, tasting to aftertaste, you can clearly feel this main flavor, which is different from the rich tonality of sun-dried flavor. Washed Twakok can be the refreshing lemon, cape jasmine, and bergamot, set off the sweet and beautiful peach main note.
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