Pink Lady is the namesake of one half of our prized paint-by-number renditions of the classic eighteenth century portraits The Blue Boy and Pinkie. Sateen dark chocolate jeweled with sweet and flavorful berry and orange tinge this blend of two Ethiopian coffees, a representation of simple indulgence. Pink Lady imparts a luscious vibrance, embodying the bold riches that can be found hiding in life’s humblest corners.
Where is it from?
Pink Lady is made up of 60% Washed Ethiopia Guji and 40% Natural Guji. Both coffees have their origin in the Hambela farm, nestled in the fertile state of Oromia in the Guji zone, with 494 acres devoted to coffee crops. The farm is a subset of METAD, an agriculture development company responsible for growing and harvesting under strict standards, grading the resulting crop in their quality lab, and allocating the coffees to export.
Very nice flavor and great aroma. We're definitely enjoying the Pink Lady.
I love this coffee and I'm looking forward to trying more from Methodical.
This is the kind of coffee that you don’t mess around with. A few grounds fall onto the counter after grinding? You swipe them into your palm and make sure they’re used. Two tiny beans left in the bottom of the bag? You shake that ish until they’re freed. It’s the coffee that you splurge on any old time because it’s worth giving up that new plant or those earrings from Urban Digs. When the bag is empty, you save it for a few days just to reminisce on the wonderful time you’ve had together. This is the coffee that all other coffees wish they could be. This is the coffee that God drinks.