Disclosure: Pull & Pour received coffee samples for this post, however, as always, all opinions are 100% my own.
Fourth Dimension Coffee Company is a small roaster based out of Pontiac, Michigan. I recently had a chance to try one of their single origin coffees, Gujji Mane, a naturally processed coffee the Kayon Mountain Coffee Farm in Ethiopia.
The coffee begins with a caramel, chocolate and subtle berry aroma. The flavor reminded me of chocolate covered berries as rich notes of blackberry and milk chocolate flood your palette with the initial sips with the sweetness becoming even more pronounced as the coffee cooled. The acidity was mild, yet fairly sharp and bitter. The body was especially unique with a creamy, yet light structure. The acidity and berry notes linger just a bit in the finish, but overall was a fairly quick finish. The different flavor notes layered together quite nicely and the mix of chocolate with the fruity berry notes are always a nice treat in a coffee.
Natural Ethiopian coffees are my favorite style of coffee. There are very few I don’t like and yet I am most critical of coffees in this genre since I have so much experience. Gujji Mane was a solid coffee that tasted great, but the acidity was a bit sharp and I wish it had a bit more complexity.