非洲咖啡豆採用水洗處理的分為Grade 1及2，在水選浮豆過程中，每300克生豆只有0-3粒瑕疵豆，才能達到Grade 1水平；Grade 2代表每300克生豆只有4-12粒瑕疵豆。
Yirgacheffe is actually part of the Sidamo region in southern Ethiopia, but its exquisite washed coffees are so well-known that is has been sub-divided into its own micro-region. This steep, green area is both fertile and high – much of the coffee grows at 2,000m and above.
As is typical with other coffees from this region, it has a distinctively fruity flavor profile and a bright, floral aroma thanks to wet-processed beans cultivated at a high elevation.
For Ethiopian coffees, Grade 1 and 2 signifies that the coffee is washed. The difference between grade 1 and 2 is defined by the number of visible defects in the prep. If a coffee receives a grade 1 classification, it has 0 - 3 defects. Grade 2 coffees allow 4 - 12 defects.
This light roast coffee is perfect for those who love the sweet citrus flavors found in premium Ethiopian coffees.