Ethiopian Harrar coffee is known for its winey and fruity, floral-toned acidity—bright in the cup), even intense—and with a rich and pungent, heady aroma that is wonderfully reminiscent of blackberries.
A good Harrar is bold and edgy with a complexity and spice tones that may include cinnamon, cardamom, blueberry jam, apricots, compete, even smoke, and with a lingering finish
Djimmah (pronounced Jimma) is one of Ethiopia's five major coffee supply regions. An inland city in the country's southwest, Djimmah is dominated by small-holder farms that use a traditional method of coffee cultivation: sun-drying
Sidam Ground coffee
Taste and Flavor: Delicious fruity flavors combine with a sweet, magical body. Some chocolate hints plus with notes of lemon, jasmine and lavender. You will certainly discover even more flavors and tastes. Be sure and let us know what you discover!
A spice taste and flowery fragrance/aroma Grown between 1,400 to 2,200 meters above sea.
Yirgacheffe Ground Coffee
Taste and Flavor: Dazzlingly aromatic, fruity, with awesome blueberry notes, dark chocolate and a magical creamy body. You will certainly discover even more flavors and tastes. Be sure and let us know what you discover