Coffee In Sachet
Guji Uraga Gomoro Gr1
From SGD$1.00 – SGD$1.35
This coffee is freshly grind, weighed and flushed with nitrogen before sealing into single serve sachet. There is no other added preservative or favour.
Each sachet weigh a minimum of 10 grams and is meant for single serving only. Price shown is based on per sachet and are sold in quantity of 15, 30, 60 & 120.
NOTE: This sachet is not an “instant” soluble coffee. You will need to brew with a filter such as drip bag.
This sachet is made of 3 layers of specially intended material, enabling the coffee to stay fresh for 12 months
Guji Uraga Gomoro Gr1
Guji is part of the Oromia region in southern Ethiopia, next door to Gedeo Zone (SNNPR) where the famous Yirgacheffe micro-region is located. This steep, green area is both fertile and high, with much of the coffee growing at 2,000m and above. Coffee grown in the Guji zone was once classified under Sidamo (a larger zone next door in the SNNPR region.) Recently, Guji has become its own recognised area in coffee, thanks to the newly opened ECX coffee delivery centre, as well as the separating classification given to Guji beans; thanks to their unique cup profile and physical attributes.
Around 85 per cent of Ethiopians still live rurally and make a living from agriculture; each family usually lives in a modest home (often a single round mud hut) and farms their own plot of land, where they grow both cash crops and food for their own consumption. In Guji, coffee is one of the main cash crops – covering from half a hectare to 1.5 hectares (the latter is considered big). This is usually planted alongside a second cash crop – often a large-leafed tree used in making roofs for (and also shade provider for the coffee) known as ‘false banana’. This looks like a banana tree but isn’t – instead its thick stem is used to produce both a nutritious flour and a fermented paste that staple ingredients (particularly across southern Ethiopia).
There is only one main harvest a year in Ethiopia – this usually takes place in November and December across all of the country’s growing regions. There are, on average, 4 passes made during the harvest period, and, in regions that produce both washed and naturals, the last pass is used for the natural coffee. Washed coffees are then generally pulped on the same day that they are picked (usually in the evening/night), sorted into three grades by weight (heavy, medium and floaters), fermented (times vary – usually between 16 and 48 hours), washed and then usually graded again in the washing channels. The beans are then dried on raised beds, where they are hand-sorted, usually by women.
A simple indulgence
In today fast paced environment, we tend to want everything “NOW”. Brewing a decent cup of coffee can easily take around 6-8 mins as it requires a few steps such as weighing, grinding and brewing. The aftermath includes cleaning up the mess of course.
Hassle-free great coffee at your convenience!
Roastedly® carefully sources some great coffee from Roasters all around the world, carry out a stringent cupping process to derive the taste notes and suitable grind size for that specific coffee.
Finally coffee beans are grinded and sealed into single serve size sachet made of specially indented aluminum wrappers. The sachet is flushed and sealed with nitrogen (replacing oxygen) to ensure the freshness of coffee as well as longevity shelf life. To offer maximum mobility and convenience, you can order with a premium disposable drip bag (optional) to brew the coffee. Now, all you need is a cup and hot water to satisfy your coffee addiction!
General coffee information such as coffee origin, estate, roasters and a QR code are printed on each sachet. To get complete information of the coffee, simply scan the QR code and it will present all the information.
Commonly Asked Questions
How much coffee is there in a sachet?
Minimum 10g (up to 13g, depending on our cupping evaluation)
How much coffee can I brew per sachet?
We recommend a brewing ratio is 1:15 (you will get about 150 ml of coffee)
What is the recommended temperature of water?
We recommend water at 90°C
(TIPS: you don’t have a thermometer, the trick is after you boil the water, let it cool down for 3-4 mins to get approximately 90°C)
What is the “best before” date?
Generally, the sachets sold from our store has a guaranteed best before date of minimum 3 months