Skylark Coffee
Ethiopia Sidamo Duwancho Natural

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Roast Level: Light
Bean Source Country: Ethiopia
Bean Source Region: Sidama
Varietal: Heirloom
Process: Natural



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Latest Reviews and Tasting Notes

  • Q Reviews

    59 roasts rated, avg score of 4.44

    5.00 - Average

    Best Ethiopian natural Ive cupped this year, without question, and soars straight into the 88+ club.

    Its from Keramo village in #sidamo and its called Duwancha after a local fruit - nice.

    Passionfruit, blueberry, lactic yoghurty dairy notes, florality, tropicality, citric and malic, structured complex, sweet and balancedI love it.

    1 month ago ยท See more from Q

More Details

Roast Level: Light
Light roast coffee is a delicately roasted coffee that retains more of the beans' natural flavors and characteristics. Light-roasted coffees have bright acidity, complex fruit, and floral notes. Light roast coffee does not have less caffeine than darker roasts because caffeine levels remain stable during roasting.
Bean Source Country: Ethiopia
Widely regarded as the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia boasts diverse and complex flavors, from bright, floral, and citrusy in Yirgacheffe to wine-like and berry-toned in Sidama. The country's heirloom varieties, combined with unique processing methods, make Ethiopian coffee truly distinctive and sought-after by enthusiasts worldwide.
Bean Source Region: Sidama
The Sidama coffee region, also known as Sidamo, is located in southern Ethiopia and is renowned for producing high-quality Arabica coffee beans. Named after the Sidama people who inhabit the area, the region is characterized by its fertile highlands, with coffee grown at elevations ranging from 1,500 to 2,200 meters above sea level. The high altitude, combined with the favorable climate and rich volcanic soil, results in a distinctive flavor profile for Sidama coffee, often featuring bright acidity and complex, fruity notes.
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