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Ethiopia Logita Washed

As you begin brewing, this classic Ethiopian washed coffee invites you with its sweet aroma, promising a clean and balanced cup. Savour notes of yellow peach, apricot, and mandarin orange as they unfold; accompanied by lemon candy-like sweetness – just like drinking a cup of lemon tea with a swirl of honey.

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.

*Any capsules labelled as a "sale" item have a remaining shelf life between 2-8 months.


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Coffee notes
  • Tasting Notes
    Apricot, Mandarin Orange, Yellow Peach
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

Ethiopia Logita Washed


Coffee details


Kurasu is a specialty coffee brand with the vision to spread coffee culture from Kyoto, Japan to the globe. Their name comes from the Japanese word “to live” or “lifestyle.” Starting from a small online shop back in 2013, they now operate multiple cafes locally and overseas in Singapore and Bangkok; delivering specialty coffee that is roasted at their Nishijin roastery.

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  • Type
    Single Origin
  • Processing
  • Origin
  • Varietal
    Ethiopian Heirloom
  • Roast level
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Long Black, Iced Coffee
  • Others
    Washed Ethiopia Logita by Moplaco Trading, who owns three CWS (coffee washing stations) in Ethiopia. Cherries are brought in from farms in two nearby villages, Segele and Kokosa, and are washed and sun-dried under Moplaco’s management.

On the Morning Machine

Brew Mode: Classic

The Classic is like a familiar double espresso coffee. Creamy and robust. Perfect on its own, on the rocks or with a mixer. Recommended for those who seek comfort in their daily cup of Joe.

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Coffee Trivia
A Brief History of Coffee Capsules

At the present day, coffee lovers are awfully spoilt for choice when it comes to quick and easy ways to enjoy a cuppa, at the ready and in an instant—from freeze-dried coffee, drip bags, to of course, capsule coffee. Which leads us to wonder, how did capsule coffee come to be?

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