A tribute to the birthplace of coffee. The coffee plant, Coffea arabica, originates in Ethiopia.
According to legend, the 9th-century goatherder Kaldi discovered the coffee plant after noticing the energizing effect the plant had on his flock, but the story did not appear in writing until 1671 and is probably not entirely true, but who wants to get in the way of a good story. From here the arabica coffee beans began their long journey from Ethiopia to the rest of the world.
These high quality coffee’s are valued for there varied characteristics of deep, spice and wine or chocolate-like taste and floral aroma.
Sidamo has the most distinctive flavour notes found in all being lemon and citrus with bright crisp acidity.
Harrar has medium acidity and full body and a distinctive mocha flavour. Harar is a dry processed coffee bean with sorting and processing done almost entirely by hand.
Yirgacheffe has delicate floral aroma, smooth-bodied and sweet bright flavor with pronounced lemon notes.
Ethiopia – Yirgacheffe, Sidamo and Harrar
Great as a pour-over, syphon or clean shot espresso.
Characteristics of deep, spice and wine or chocolate-like taste and floral aroma.