Ethiopia coffee, a truly exceptional brew that combines the finest qualities of nature and artisanal craftsmanship. Sourced from the lush Sidama Zone in Ethiopia, this coffee is a testament to the dedication and expertise of smallholder farmers who cultivate indigenous heirloom cultivars with utmost care and precision.
Our Ethiopian coffee is a natural grade selection, meticulously sorted by hand to ensure only the finest beans make their way into your cup. Grown at altitudes ranging from 1700 to 1900 meters, these beans benefit from the perfect climate and terroir, resulting in a truly distinctive flavor profile that is bound to captivate your senses.
With a medium-light roast, this coffee delivers a harmonious balance between the inherent richness of its flavors and the delicate nuances that make it truly exceptional. As you take your first sip, you'll be greeted by the luscious notes of milk chocolate, tantalizing hints of fruitiness, and the indulgent sweetness of caramel. Each sip is a journey through a symphony of flavors that will leave you craving more.
The full natural process employed in the production of our Ethiopian coffee further enhances its unique characteristics. Handpicked cherries are carefully dried on raised beds, allowing them to develop their flavors naturally. This traditional method, combined with the rich Nitisols soil type prevalent in the region, imparts a remarkable depth and complexity to every sip.
Experience the true essence of Ethiopian coffee culture with our Ethiopia coffee. Brew a cup and savor the magic of its captivating taste. Whether you're a coffee aficionado or simply seeking an extraordinary experience, this coffee is sure to leave a lasting impression. Elevate your coffee ritual with the finest beans from the Sidama Zone.
Tasting Profile: Milk chocolate, fruity, caramel
Grower: Smallholder farmers from the Sidama zone.
Variety: Indigenous Heirloom Cultivars
Region: Sidama Zone, Ethiopia
Altitude: 1700-1900 M
Soil Type: Nitisols
Process: Full natural, sorted by hand. Dried on raised beds.