Roasting Plant Coffee Ethiopian Reserve Single Origin

Sibu Coffee, since 2014 this family-owned company is processing coffee in their 3 washing stations. They also provide nursery and farm support to approximately 3,000 farmers in the area; 300 farmers contributed to our amazing Ansara lot.  Blueberry, pomegranate and dark chocolate.

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Roast level

Medium

Botany

100% arabica

Aroma

Stone fruit, floral, cacao

Process

Natural

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

Tasting Notes:

Blueberry. Pomegranate, Dark Chocolate

Body:

Silky

Process:

Natural, sun-dried

Origin:

Guji, Oromia

Altitude:

Above 1900m

Best As:

Black Coffee

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Description

Sibu Coffee, since 2014 this family-owned company is processing coffee in their 3 washing stations. They also provide nursery and farm support to approximately 3,000 farmers in the area; 300 farmers contributed to our amazing Ansara lot.  Blueberry, pomegranate and dark chocolate.

Additional information

Pack size

250g

Roasting level

Medium

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Roasting Plant Coffee
  • Vendor: Roasting Plant Coffee
  • Address: 190a Strand
    London
    WC2R 1DP
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Product Location

Londra, Regno Unito

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