Ethiopia Sidamo, Single Origin, Organic, Fair-Trade, Whole Bean Coffee, Red Rock Roasters, 12 oz
- Origin: Ethiopia Sidamo (Southern Ethiopia)
- Light-Medium Roast
- Whole Bean, 12 oz.
Ethiopia Sidamo gourmet coffee must be experienced to be understood. Start your mornings with a cup of coffee so satisfying that it will always be the last thing on your mind when you go to bed. Seriously.
Red Rock Roasters is a small, family owned coffee roasting business located in New Mexico. They specialize in small batch gourmet coffee roasting, and because they are located at over 5,000 feet altitude, they're able to roast the beans at low temperatures for longer periods of time, resulting in a smooth-bodied finished product that doesn't have a hint of the burnt taste frequently associated small batch roasters.
I am not much on describing flavors, but this coffee is now my favorite. Very smooth and it certainly has more than one flavor coming thru. Before I found this, I was hooked on Ethiopia Yirgacheffe coffee. But I find the Sidamo to be more flavorful. Obviously, some of that could be influenced by the age, the freshness and the roasting. And who knows, both coffees could be coming from the same place. Lol.
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A nice bright flavor with a bit of a citrus finish. Great for my morning espresso. I would highly recommend.
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I'm loving this brand of coffee..Columbia is one of my go to kind of coffee, but this brand I really love .Will be back for more..Red Rock..You Rock!!
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I ordered this coffee to try something different. It has a bold, yet smooth flavor, and is now one of my favorites.
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I've had other Ethiopian coffee but this was was a bit lighter roast and it took me a couple of pots to get accustomed to the new taste. It's a bit more acidic and I think that may be a direct result of the lighter roast which does show in the color for the pots I've pressed. I use my new Espro P5 Stainless Steel pot just purchased at the same time but I waited until the Baratza grinder came to star brewing as I wanted a nice grind to test them out. In short, I liked it! I used 3 of the 2 tablespoon scoops I use with the coarse grind recommended by Baratza setting 30 for 4 minutes of brew at 200 F and the brew was GREAT! I'd at least suggest giving it a try, may not be for everybody but I enjoyed it as a change of pace from the darker roasts I usually like. ENJOY!