Ethiopia Yirgacheffe

Strawberry, Raspberry, Floral

The Epoch Times Coffee Single Origin features specialty grade coffee beans sourced from various coffee growing regions around the world. Expertly crafted in upstate New York by DAYES Coffee Roasters. 

Freshly roasted! Shipped within 2 weeks of roasting. 

Free shipping when you buy 2 more more bags of any Epoch Times Coffee. 

Single Origin Ethiopia Yirgacheffe 

Tasting Notes: Strawberry, raspberry, floral, milk chocolate, high body & acidity 

Roasting Point: Medium

Caffeine Level: Full Caffeine  

Bean Quality: Specialty Grade 1 (Top Tier Beans) 

Process: Natural

Bean Type: 100% Arabica Coffee.

Net Weight: 12 oz (340g)

Roasted in small batches and hand packed for The Epoch Times by DAYES Coffee Roasters, NY, USA. 

Coffee packaging 100% designed and made in USA. Roasted in USA.  



  • The Epoch Times Coffee is roasted by Dayes Coffee Roasters in Upstate New York, which employs local staff.
  • The packaging is made in the USA.
  • The coffee is delivered by USPS to your door.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Joseph Scott
EY a top of the line Coffee

I’ve been a fan of EY coffee since living in the Middle East but I only French press it on my very rare specialty weeks, then its beans disappear back into the freezer…JS

Joseph DC
Great tasting!

Coffee that everyone in the house loved!

Jason Hazelett
The Best

This is my new favorite. Easy on the stomach. Complex flavors.

Randy D.
I will give it a 4 out of 5.

Only reason is that I have to grind it. But I only grind enough for 2 cups at a time so the rest stays fresher. I am storing it in the fridge in a ziplock bag. Actually I think I can safely say 4.5.
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What a wonderful surprise

Such a delightful and fresh tasting coffee. The smoothness and lack of acid in the flavor makes drinking coffee a lively surprise.

very nice

I haven't ever done whole bean coffee. It was worth the time to grind it. Big difference between plain coffee and this. It took me a bit to figure out the perfect grind since I had never done it. No biggie, and unlike some others that claim their coffee has this note or that, I actually taste a bit of a fruity undertone. Little pricey, but you get what you pay for. Would still like a ground option and will have to try the others sometime.