Cupping notes: Lemon, Peach, Tangerine
Elevation: 5200-6400 feet
It is very likely that in and around this region is where coffee had its origins. Sidamo coffee is well-balanced with cupping notes exhibiting berries and citrus with complex acidity. The coffee hails from the province of Sidamo in the Ethiopian highlands at elevations from 1,500 up to 2,200 meters above sea level. At these elevations the coffee beans can be qualified as “Strictly High Grown” (SHG). Here the Ethiopian coffees grow more slowly and therefore have more time to absorb nutrients and develop more robust flavors based on the local climate and soil conditions. The most distinctive flavour notes found in all Sidamo coffees are lemon and citrus with bright crisp acidity. Sidamo coffee includes Yirgachefe Coffee and Guji Coffee. Both coffee types are very high quality
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is one of the best African coffees on the market today. Light to medium roasted allows you to enjoy the wonderful undertones inherent with this bean. Try some and enjoy as your next cup of morning coffee. This is a Fair Trade coffee.