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Ethiopia Sidama Twakok

Ethiopia Sidama Twakok

Profile: Peach, Strawberry, Bergamot, Black Tea


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This coffee is originated from Ethiopia Sidama Region. The name “TWAKOK” comes from the words “tafac” which means “sweet” and “kok” which mean “peach”. Located in the Southern Nation Nationalities and People region ( SNNP ), based in the city of Hawassa. SNNP coffee like this beautiful microlot are largely produced from distinctive traditional local varieties. Most of the coffee cherries come from different small producers that grow coffee in their own backyard.

After harvesting only ripe coffee cherries and hand-sorted to remove unripe and overripe, the coffee cherries are pulped by a disk pulper and graded in the pulper by density. The parchment is then fermented under water for 24 to 48 hours, depending on the weather conditions. It’s then rinsed in fresh clean water before it’s moved to the drying beds where they were slowly dried in a single layer on African beds.

This coffee is typically roasted to medium light roast to bring out the innate juicy peach notes that mingled with strawberry notes in palate, together with a black tea body with bergamot aftertaste that lingers. It could be roast as darker roast as SOE (single-origin espresso) and to produce other milk-based coffees drinks that provides attractive fruity tones.

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