Fair trade, organic, shade-grown, naturally-processed, arabica coffee from the Telama Cooperative in Sidama, Ethiopia Ethiopia Sidama Natural Full City Roast Coffee

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Ethiopia Sidama Natural Full City Roast Coffee

$15.95
Trading Partner: SCFCU
Aroma: Blueberry, orange, tobacco, earthy
Body: Medium-to-full
Flavor: Blueberry, citrus, cherry, toffee
Acidity: Medium-to-high
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Ethiopian natural, or "unwashed" coffees are characteristic for their berry and fruit-like flavor. This coffee has a sweet, berry, fruity flavor with a creamy body and medium-to-high acidity. A berry flavor is naturally imparted to unwashed coffees, because the coffee's cherry-like fruit is left on after harvesting and the coffee seed (or bean) dries inside the cherry. Coffee beans that are washed or wet-processed are immediately removed from the fruit, washed and then air-dried. The Telamo cooperative that produces this coffee is located in the Shebedino District of the Sidama Zone and has about 4,000 members.

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Available in a variety of grind options.

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Customer Reviews (11)

My favorite all-around coffee

This has been my favorite variety and processing method for the last 5 years. It has the best combination of body, taste, and price. Doug Glass

Ethiopia Sidama Natural

I just love the full flavor and experience of drinking this natural coffee. Solange

just excellent, we love this

just excellent, we love this mara

Unique Flavor!

It's a Different experience with coffee. In a Great way. Its a Really Good coffee. I Do Recommend trying this Coffee. Jessie

Very Interesting!

This coffee has much to recommend it--many levels of taste, though it's not exactly to my liking yet. A most unusual coffee experience! James O'Barr
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