Jute Ethiopian

Ethiopia’s producers are the Willy Wonkas of the coffee world, their beans are responsible for some of the most memorable and delightful coffees out there. With its sparkling notes of plum, cocoa and nectarine, we think our Ethiopia single origin is your golden ticket to a remarkable cup. It’s particularly special as a long black.

  • 100% organic arabica
  • Ethically sourced and hand-roasted
  • Notes of plum, cocoa and nectar 
  • Great Taste Awards 2021 winner
  • Sent in a recyclable jute pouch

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Coffee type

Single origin

Roast level

Light

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Plum, cocoa and nectarine

Process

Natural

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

Variety Region
Bench Maji Forest, Kaffa, Djimmah, Limmu Bench Maji
Harvesting period Altitude
Sept – Dec 1,500 – 2,200 masl

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Description

Ethiopia’s producers are the Willy Wonkas of the coffee world, their beans are responsible for some of the most memorable and delightful coffees out there. With its sparkling notes of plum, cocoa and nectarine, we think our Ethiopia single origin is your golden ticket to a remarkable cup. It’s particularly special as a long black.

  • 100% organic arabica
  • Ethically sourced and hand-roasted
  • Notes of plum, cocoa and nectar 
  • Great Taste Awards 2021 winner
  • Sent in a recyclable jute pouch

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Pack size

250g

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Product Location

Top Cl, Thrapston, Kettering NN14, UK

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