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ETHIOPIA - SIDAMO - Single Origin Coffee

Sidamo from the Sidamo Province Zoom

ETHIOPIA - SIDAMO - Single Origin Coffee

Mild Floral Aroma

Perfect Breakfast coffee


SKU: P0058

Availability: In stock


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Product Description


    Sidamo is a region in the southern highlands of Ethiopia. 

    Sidamo is appreciated for it's rounded, balanced cup with moderate acidity and decent body.
    Our feedback from our Sidamo-loving customers is that it makes an excellent breakfast coffee.
    Like our other coffees, the Sidamo is grown in natural high-altitude conditions, is handpicked and wet processed.

    We generally roast our premium grade Sidamo to a city roast (medium roast).

    Follow this link to YouTube and watch the Lovely Ethiopian Song portraying culture and Tradition:



Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Preferred Preperation

    We have no prescribed brewing method for individual coffees, since their characteristics remain.  Plunger/French Press is the purest form of consuming coffee as it shows up all traits, good and bad.  Espressos tend to mask certain impurities as this is a fast, creamy, romantic extraction.  Adding milk changes the taste but 95% of coffee is drunk with milk.

    Whatever tastes good for you is all that counts.

    Our coffee comes in 250g pouches with clear front (to show off the quality of our beans) and metallic back.

    Pouches have zip locks for your convenience

    Since we roast daily only the amount of coffee we sell, so you are assured of freshness.

    We use roasting date labels in stead of sell-by dates

    Coffee has a half life of 2 weeks. After two months the oils start going rancid and your coffee has reached the end of its life. 

    Your old coffee grinds can be tossed into the compost.

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