Aromas: apricot and jasmine
This medium-bodied, pure origine coffee with fruity and aromatic nuances grows on the undulating plateaus of Limo, Ethiopia. The coffee beans come from local small plantations and are 100 % arabica. The coffee uses a mixture of washed beans as well as natural-processed beans, which brings both strength and fruity aromas to the coffee.
Moka Ethiopie coffee beans, pure origine 1 kg
Moka Ethiopie coffee from the French roastery Lobodis comes from the Limousin highlands of Ethiopia. The blend made from Arabica coffee beans contains both wet-processed and natural-processed beans. Natural coffee beans bring straightness and intensity to the coffee, while washed beans add subtle fruity aromas to the blend.
What is Moka coffee? Although this term is now widely used to describe coffees produced in Ethiopia, it refers to the very specific aromatic properties that are characteristic of the Harrar region of Eastern Ethiopia. These subtle coffees are especially appreciated in the Middle East and Asia, which is also reflected in the price of coffee. Originally, the term “Mocha” comes from the city of Mohan in Yemen, through which all coffee exports from Ethiopia passed for a long time.
The symbol of Ethiopia, Ethiopian coffee, is as unique, mysterious and surprising as the country itself. Growing in the highlands, coffee benefits from the area’s mild climate and rich volcanic soil, but also from the traditional emerging local know-how.
Preparation: Espresso machine, grinding by hand or by machine.
Dosage: 7-10 g or 1 tablespoon of ground coffee per cup.
Package size: 1 kg, 140 cups.
Storage: preferably an opaque and airtight jar protected from light.
Sorting: used coffee beans can be recycled as biowaste. The packaging is disposed of with incinerated waste.
Energy: 0 g Fat: 0 g of which saturated: 0 g Carbohydrates: 0 gbuy sugar: 0 g Protein: 0 g Salt: 0 g Fiber: