Clumsy Goat Fairtrade Ethiopian Coffee Beans – 100% Arabica


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Clumsy Goat Fairtrade Ethiopian Coffee Beans – 100% Arabica


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  • A premium high-grown Arabica from the Sidamo province
  • Medium roast whole coffee beans, strength – 3
  • Ethically and sustainably sourced, 100% Fairtrade certified
  • Roasted in small batches here in the UK for maximum freshness!
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Tasting notes – Flavours of stone fruit, citrus and delicate lemon grass.

Great for – Filter, Cafetiere, Aeropress, Chemex, & Stovetop Brewing.

Mouthfeel – Light.

Our single origin, Fairtrade Ethiopian roast is a premium high-grown Arabica from the Sidamo province. It’s a beautifully light and fruity single origin roast with lovely citrus notes that are a signature of high altitude arabicas. The roast contains 100% Arabica beans that are ethically and sustainably sourced.

Sidamo is in the south of Ethiopia, the people of the Sidama ethnic group primarily live in this area. They have a great, deep rooted appreciation for the craft of coffee producing, which has led to their harvest being recognised globally as one of the worlds best. The region is lush with vegetation and fertile farming land. Most of the coffee is intercropped with false banana, papaya, tea, honey and avocados. This provides much needed shade for the coffee plants in extreme temperatures and also helps the local community by allowing for a greater harvest.

We’ve worked tirelessly to ensure our beans are of the highest quality, as well as being sourced ethically and sustainably. This helps us to support the industry, the farmers and of course… their goats.

Country – Ethiopia

Region – Oromia, Sidamo

Process – Wet fermentation with sun drying

Species – Arabica

Varieties – Mixed

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Weight1.12433 kg

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