ABOUT THIS COFFEE
The region of Sidamo is named for the Sidama people. The region lies in the famous Great Rift Valley of East Africa that runs through Ethiopia to
The Sidama Zone has 19 distinct coffee producing districts with ideal soil and climatic conditions for the production of Arabica Coffee. This is why the coffee is the best.
Sidamo producers are known for “garden coffee” which is grown in kebeles (small villages). The coffee is planted at low density, ranging from 1000 to 1800 trees per hectare. All of the coffee produced under this system is agronomically organic – but most
The coffee is roasted to Medium Dark (City Plus) and has raspberry, orange blossom notes
We bought this coffee because we wanted to offer our customers a brew that featured low acidity, also known as brightness. The Aricho delivers a delicate cup and is extraordinarily smooth. As it cools you can really taste a really pleasant green tea note.
Preparation Note: Due to the delicate nature of this coffee I do not recommend it with milk or creamer. It is just too delicate to shine through. I also do not recommend this coffee as an espresso. A drip, pour over or French Press are best. It is best served black or with a little sweetener. I also add a little more coffee to the brew to maximize its amazing qualities.