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Extract Coffee Roasters Worka Wuri Ethiopian Espresso
Gedeb, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia
In the cup:
Orange Blossom, Lemon Meringue Pie
Drinking Guide:
Black or with milk. We love this as a stovetop or cafetiere.
The good stuff:
Smallholder farmers. Working with Extract since 2019

About the Coffee

This is the go-to espresso at our roastery right now. We can’t get enough of the delicate orange blossom acidity and the lingering taste of lemon meringue pie at any time of the day.

About the coffee growers

We are delighted to be roasting coffee from the incredible Worka Wuri mill once again. This coffee is produced in the dizzying altitudes of Gedeb, Yirgacheffe, some 1900-2100 metres above sea level. A group of 650 smallholders each with an average farm size of just 2 hectares, harvest ripe cherries then send these to the Worka Wuri mill for processing.

The cherries are pulped, washed and dried to highlight the unique characteristics that we come to associate with coffees from this region – fragrant, floral, citric and sweet.


About the roaster

Worka Wuri is roasted on Betty, a 1955 cast iron Probat Roaster found in Cardiff in 2010 and lovingly brought back to life through a series of restorations by Extract Coffee co-founder, David Faulkner. Her most recent restoration throughout 2018 and 2019 made further improvements on her efficiency and will keep this iconic machine running for many more years to come.

Worka Wuri Espresso


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How to brew Worka Wuri Espresso

Black or with milk. We love this as a stovetop or cafetiere.

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Illustration of various brewing methods