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Sidamo, Arabica coffee beans
Sidamo, Arabica coffee beans

Sidamo, Arabica coffee beans

Discover Sidamo Mocha Whole Beans

Sidamo is a coffee with both a lot of body and very great sweetness. It is a wonderful coffee for after dinner.

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Some ideas to vary the pleasures

  • - For an Espresso: use 8 to 10g of ground coffee for 3 to 6 cl per cup. The ideal temperature is between 90°C and 95°C. Make sure the machine can produce a pressure of at least 8 to 9 bars. Infuse for 20 to 30 seconds;
  • - For an Americano: use 7 to 14 g of ground coffee, neither more nor less than a long espresso;
  • - For a Cappuccino: use a 25cl cup, 7 to 15 g of ground coffee for an espresso, and 15 to 18 cl of milk that you froth;
  • - For a Mocaccino: use a 25 cl cup, a tight espresso, 20 cl of milk, a tablespoon of melted or powdered chocolate according to preferences. Customize with whipped cream, cocoa nibs, almonds, or hazelnuts according to your taste;
  • - For a Café au lait or Hazelnut: espresso in a large cup, pour milk according to your preferences, from hazelnut to 1/3 of the cup.

The aromas of Sidamo Arabica coffee beans

Sidamo Mocha whole beans coffee seduces with its aromas of red fruits and exotic flowers, as well as its notes of cocoa. Perfect for coffee lovers looking for a delicious and subtle mouthfeel.

The botany of Sidamo Arabica coffee beans

The Arabica coffee beans come from the Sidamo region in Ethiopia, renowned for its high-quality coffees. It is cultivated from Arabica beans, a variety known for its finesse and complex flavor. Sidamo coffee plants are grown in ideal conditions, with a warm equatorial climate and nutrient-rich soils. These favorable conditions contribute to developing the distinctive aromas of Sidamo coffee.

Coffee in Europe

Around 1600, coffee made its way into Europe thanks to Venetian merchants. Dutch and English traders, captivated by this beverage, imported it to their respective countries. Soon, cafes opened their doors, becoming popular meeting places for intellectuals and scholars. The excitement generated by debates and pamphlets distributed in these establishments led King Charles II to order the closure of cafes. However, this decision did not remain in effect for long, as it met strong opposition from the population.

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Organic Agriculture ETHIOPIE
Allergen Absence
Native country ETHIOPIE
Genus and botanical species Coffea arabica
Ingredients Sidamo, Arabica coffee beans
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.