Fairtrade Organic Sidamo Coffee
Fairtrade Organic Ethiopia Sidamo Coffee Beans - from the famous Oromia Co-op.
Our Golden Bean Award, Bronze Medal Winner in the single origin espresso category - we offer our organic Ethiopia Sidamo in different sized packs, either ground or as whole beans.
We have continued to buy this coffee each season as it is in our opinion one of the best FAIRTRADE Organic coffees in Australia.
Ethiopia Sidamo coffees have high flavor and a more intense acidity that matches perfectly in milk.
This coffee is double certified Fairtrade & Organic.
Intensely sweet with thick body with balanced acidity.
Full round cup.
New crop arrived July 2016 - most of the new arrivals are washed and we have a very small quantity of natural.
We often have customers put in special requests for the natural.
Please kindly note, for the new arrivals approx. 95% of our holdings on this coffee are washed and therefore our daily roasting will be focused on the washed varietal only. Naturals are only roasted infrequently and we are unable to take requests for Naturals.
A delightful chocolate finish in milk.
This coffee is registered with FLANZ (FAIRTRADE Licensing Aust/NZ) and is controlled by the regulations governing sales of authentic FAIRTRADE products. FLO ID 897/2313.
The current organic Ethiopian coffee we have in stock is from the award winning Oromia Estate. Red abd black berry notes.
Altitude : 1,400 m.a.s.l
What is the difference between the various Ethiopia Sidamos in the mycuppa.com.au store?
The simple answer is "they all have some fruity element".
Please note - when it comes to coffee, fruit is not for everybody - some people absolutely love it, others can't stand it.
Fruit is more intense in the cup - it really stands up regardless of whether it's a beverage that's black or with milk
Sidamo has more blue-berry and choc-biscuit.
Sidamo FAIRTRADE ORGANIC has more raspberry and strawberry with brighter acidity.
This is a very versatile coffee bean - able to be used for those that like a black-only coffee or with milk.
When using this coffee as an espresso-only, grind fine, dose high and run a very tight shot to really squeeze the fruit out of the espresso extraction.
Ethiopia is the real African powerhouse when it comes to coffee.