All coffee is sold as Whole Beans.
Sidamo also transliterated as Sidama is a region, a tribal group, and a massive coffee producing agricultural area that encompasses smaller growing regions such as Yirgacheffe and Guji. However, coffees that are labeled as “Sidamo” are typically sourced to the northwest of Yirgacheffe, and usually come from one of the large co-ops in the Sidama Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union. There are 51 co-ops in the Union, and many have created well deserved reputations for consistency over years of production. These large co-ops often represent thousands of farmers, and cup profiles from Sidamo can be widely varied.
The sweet, fruity profiles of the washed process used in this coffee make the iteration of classic examples of Sidamo coffee profiles. This coffee serves as a great all rounder, when enjoyed as black it presents itself with lush berry compote and an elegance that of rosewater, with milk its berry characteristic turns into Turkish Delight and a raisin finish.
1500 - 2200 masl