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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

Organic Ethiopia Sidama Natural WP DECAF

Country of Origin: Ethiopia
Organic Ethiopia Sidama  Natural WP DECAF
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I know, you did a double take when you saw that description...one of Africa's greatest coffees in DECAF??!! Why not? Sweet, syrupy strawberry flavors with blueberry tones, chocolatey with a balanced citrusy finish. Beautiful prep at the Mexico Water Process decaffing plant in Veracruz. A must if you want excellent coffee with out any jitters! Certified organic.
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Tasting Notes:
Darker brown grains, looking the most 'oily' of the three roasts. Pre-grinding nose was a nice and rich bittersweet chocolate note. After grinding, there were no light beige flecks.

Taste displayed almost some creaminess, a very attractive texture layer adding enough mouth feel thickness that it quickly takes over the initial hint of bitterness. You can "taste" the unctuousity even though this roast remains light weight and delicate overall. Additional characteristics are a long and smooth finish and pleasant balance between acidity and bitterness.

Your CO2 processed decaf have always been impressive by our book. This roast scores right among the best for us; not sure how much of Ethiopia Guji source contributes to this. Previous ones were 100% Central America or a mix of South+Central America.
Jacques, McMinnville, OR (4/4/2011)
Barista extraordinaire Tyler Hauptman of Portland's Sweet Masterpiece Chocolates demonstrates how to prepare a proper latte using Badbeard's Symphony! blend coffee.

Good reading for East African coffeephiles... Nice article can be found here regarding changes in the coffee industry in our favorite origin country, Ethiopia. Thanks Cafe Imports for researching and publishing. Current ...more
Move updates and upcoming ROASTING SCHEDULE Many twists and turns in my effort to get up and running at the new facility....my apologies for any delays. The haunting specter of a big earthquake in the Pacific Northwest has infected the engineering mavens of the Portland building departments, and new requirements for freestanding ...more
Almost there....but must shut down online ordering for a few days! This has been an arduous transition for me trying to get the new space initiated. I hardly expected it to be trouble-free...but several unforeseeable circumstances beyond my control have forced my hand. The roaster ("Heisenbeard") is going to be moved tomorrow while new gas and HVAC work is ...more
The infamous coffee-bean cleaning-machine Jacu bird from the Amazon
If your coffee tastes like s--t, don't blame the Jacu bird! This infamous Amazon bean-machine beak-selects each coffee berry at the peak of ripeness and leaves just the beans, somewhat clean and green, behind...so to speak.
"I just now finished a cup, no pot, of that wonderful coffee you sent me. First of all wanted to thank you very much for doing that. I am honored you value my opinion. But then again I have ben interested in coffee at an early age. I was a regular at McNulty's in the Village. I think the last time I can remember getting excited about a coffee bean was tasting coffee from China. But this one even more so. I wish I could tell others of my find but not many people I know are "into" coffee like I am. So I report back to you now. The first sip was so much like the tasting of a fine wine. You know that the next taste would only be better and from there you savor every swallow. So in ending this letter I did not like it. I loved it!!!"
Ted, Aloha, OR
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