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Decaf Espresso

dark chocolate, orange peel

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This low acidity, medium-bodied organic decaf espresso is of Ethiopian origin. Oatmeal cookie and raisin in the aroma give way to flavors of dark chocolate, baking spice, and a satisfying citrus peel finish. Certified Organic and Fair Trade.

Lot#

ETD181

Flavor

Dark chocolate, orange peel, oatmeal cookies

Brightness

Low

Body

Medium

Region

Sidama

Elevation

1,500-2,000 meters

Variety

Heirloom Sidama

Producer

Orima Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU)

Ethiopian Decaf Coffee from OCFCU

The organic Ethiopian coffee used in this decaffeinated espresso is from the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU) in Oromia, the largest state in Ethiopia. For the Oromo people of central and southern Ethiopia, coffee is more than a beverage. Established in 1999, OCFCU is a democratic, small farmers owned cooperative union. In recent years, the lives of many farmers in Oromia have improved dramatically as OCFCU has grown. OCFCU represents more than 400,000 farmers, and provides its members with insurance options to cover against poor harvest yields along with pre-harvest financing.

The Bottom Line

You will not find many natural processed decaffeinated Ethiopian coffees quite like this one from Oromia. Sacrificing caffeine does not have to mean that you have to give up on flavor. Our Ethiopian Decaf Espresso pulls a clean shot that is mellow and malty with brown sugar and orange notes. It has a rich chocolatey body and a smooth citrus finish. It holds up well on its own and pairs beautifully with milk for those interested in more indulgent espresso-based drinks.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for the story about our producers at Oromia Union.

Lot#

ETD181

Flavor

Dark chocolate, orange peel, oatmeal cookies

Brightness

Low

Body

Medium

Region

Sidama

Elevation

1,500-2,000 meters

Variety

Heirloom Sidama

Producer

Orima Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU)

Ethiopian Decaf Coffee from OCFCU

The organic Ethiopian coffee used in this decaffeinated espresso is from the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union (OCFCU) in Oromia, the largest state in Ethiopia. For the Oromo people of central and southern Ethiopia, coffee is more than a beverage. Established in 1999, OCFCU is a democratic, small farmers owned cooperative union. In recent years, the lives of many farmers in Oromia have improved dramatically as OCFCU has grown. OCFCU represents more than 400,000 farmers, and provides its members with insurance options to cover against poor harvest yields along with pre-harvest financing.

The Bottom Line

You will not find many natural processed decaffeinated Ethiopian coffees quite like this one from Oromia. Sacrificing caffeine does not have to mean that you have to give up on flavor. Our Ethiopian Decaf Espresso pulls a clean shot that is mellow and malty with brown sugar and orange notes. It has a rich chocolatey body and a smooth citrus finish. It holds up well on its own and pairs beautifully with milk for those interested in more indulgent espresso-based drinks.

Thanks to our friends at Cooperative Coffees for the story about our producers at Oromia Union.