A versatile coffee across all brew methods
Classic examples of Sidamo coffee
Named for Ethiopia’s national tree, this coffee comes from smallholder farmers in the Sidamo region. The sweet, fruity profile of the Ethiopia Acacia Washed is a classic representation of one of Ethiopia’s most recognized coffee producing areas 🇪🇹
This coffee is produced by the smallholder farmers who characterize the coffee production landscape of Ethiopia. Sidamo encompasses many terroirs, but farming across the region is traditionally low input and the attributes of the plants and the land are captured in every harvest.
About the Producers
These single families band together as a group of producers. This gives them better access to the market and its resources, like training, and industry innovation. Producers pick coffee selectively, harvesting only ripe cherries individually by hand.
This coffee is a blend of the local Kurume, Dega and Wolisho landrace varieties of coffee which are isolated from other species. These Sidamo landraces have developed over time, adapting to their natural and cultural environment of agriculture. By using these Ethiopian original indigenous landrace varieties, we help promote the conservation of these unique trees.