Ethiopia Burtukaana Siko - 250g
- Dedicated to ensuring optimal freshness in every bag, all coffee beans will have been roasted in the past 2 days to maximum 6 weeks.
Ethiopia Burtukaana Siko - Hard Lines Coffee Roasters
Summer might feel like a distance memory but these new Ethiopian coffee beans roasted by Hard Lines in Cardiff are a real taste of the tropics. This coffee gets its name from the Oromiffa word Burtukaana, meaning ‘orange’ which is used to group Ethiopian coffees with jammy, fermented fruit flavour notes.
The Guji zone of the country is famed for fruity flavour bombs, and especially for richly bodied naturals like this one processed at the Siko Washing Station in Uraga. This lot pulls from smallholder farms located at a lofty 2000MASL, where heirloom varieties are grown in highly fertile red soils under constant sunlight.
This is a really special coffee that won't hang around long.
We are long-time Hard Lines coffee fans. Based in Cardiff, Hard Lines Coffee Roasters select and roast great coffee that’s been sustainably sourced in order to build long lasting relationships with their producers. They know that coffee isn't just about… the coffee, it’s about relationships, quality, design, and having fun, roasting coffee that’s bursting with flavour but keeping it fresh and not too serious throughout. Their loud, vibrant packaging will draw you in and the top quality flavours will leave you wanting another cup.
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