This is the second time we have featured the Teshome on our roster, and this year's harvest is just as beautiful as the last. Maybe even more so. The Teshome hails from the Gedeb region of Ethiopia, and at first sip drinks like a textbook washed Ethiopian, but it’s anything but. In the cup the first thing that will hit you is the flavor and sweetness of fresh stone fruits. It's got it all - peaches, nectarines, and mangoes. Somewhere in the middle, stone fruit shifts to citrus and wildflower honey. And in the end you’re left with nuanced florals and tea notes.This coffee has poise. The Teshome is a smooth sipper you don’t need to think a whole lot about. If you do find yourself sipping slowly and thoughtfully you’ll begin to notice how complex the Teshome is. It’s the sort of coffee where if you blink you might just miss it.