Farmer: Nansebo Bulga coffee farmers
Area: South-western part of Ethiopia, Oromia Area, West-Arsi (Nansebo).
Altitude: up to 2350 Meters Above Sea Level
Processing Method: Natural, sun-dried.
Variety: Ethiopia Heirloom
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The Roasting House is proud to offer you yet another direct trade naturally processed coffee from the Sidamo (or otherwise known as Sidama) coffee growing region.
We have genuinely missed unique characteristics of coffee selections hailing from Sidamo in some of the lots we have tried in the past couple of years, but this offering truly brings with it happiness and joy thanks to its captivating flavor notes, music to our palates might we say. It really reminds us of one of our all-time favorite offerings to you back in 2016 “Yirgacheffe Worka” grown by Addisu Kidane. Notes of this coffee include ripe plums, a present sweetness and a round tart acidity to finish off the palate, with a fragrance of rose that develops over time after the roast date.
Coffee farmers in this community pick only the ripest berries, and naturally dry them on perforated and raised coffee tables known as African Beds, with care to rake the coffee daily. Cherries are covered occasionally to protect them against the scorching heat, then once again at night time to protect them against the rain. Extra hand-picked to the highest Ethiopian coffee standards (Grade 1), it’s then packed in hermetic sealed bags before being bagged in our own branded jutes and shipped to us.
Goes very well with pour-over, cold brew or steeping methods, and indeed espresso.