Big Bodied. Earthy Nutter.
Without doubt, the quintessential coffee. All others walk in its shadow. Earthy, rustic with a full body and bags of ripe fruit and cocoa, Ethiopian Djimmah’s character is as unique as its natural habitat. Growing at an altitude of 1200-1800m above sea level, sheltered from the midday sun by surrounding forest and trees which preserves moist soil structures, the plants find themselves in a near perfect environment. This makes the Djimmah plant one of the most sort after types of Ethiopian coffee
200g - £9
600g - £23
1kg - £28
Process: Natural \ Washed
Brew Temp: 195°F - to - 205°F
- Royal Mail/DPD Tracked
- From roast to your doorstep in 3 - 5 working days. (Could be slightly longer depending on the current climate)
About the beans
Characterised by bitter-sweetness, and dominated by fruit and floral aromas, a delicious nutty after taste with clear chocolate-spicy notes, Ethiopian Djimmah Arabica, is as richly flavourful as it the place it originates from.
Grown and picked in the Uplands of Ethiopia, Mocha Djimmah coffee beans are widely accepted as the oldest variety of Arabica coffee beans in the world.
They are delicately roasted to create a delectable coffee with an invigorating acidity along with a rich hint of spice.
Made with 100% Arabica this is the perfect gentle blend. Its hand roasted for around eleven minutes until the first “cracks” appear in the bean.
We were recommended the Ethiopian Arabica bean and we have not been disappointed.
A rich rounded taste with out bitterness. The coffee pot was empty before we new it, had to up the quantity.
This coffee was okay, it was somewhat underwhelming. I feel it might have been roasted just a little too long, though the beans seemed fresh and the roasting date was very recent. There was the faintest hint of a burnt taste and the flavour notes were hard to trace in the drinking, whether through my Moccamaster or cafetiere. In all, a 5/10, neither terrible nor exceptional, just very middling.
Bought this coffee as a present for my Dad and he loved it. Nice flavour and he was impressed with the grind as there were no bits left in the bottom of his mug.