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I've had other Ethiopian coffee but this was was a bit lighter roast and it took me a couple of pots to get accustomed to the new taste. It's a bit more acidic and I think that may be a direct result of the lighter roast which does show in the color for the pots I've pressed. I use my new Espro P5 Stainless Steel pot just purchased at the same time but I waited until the Baratza grinder came to star brewing as I wanted a nice grind to test them out. In short, I liked it! I used 3 of the 2 tablespoon scoops I use with the coarse grind recommended by Baratza setting 30 for 4 minutes of brew at 200 F and the brew was GREAT! I'd at least suggest giving it a try, may not be for everybody but I enjoyed it as a change of pace from the darker roasts I usually like. ENJOY!