Country: Ethiopia

In the southern part of Ethiopia, at a height of over 1800m, a special coffee grows under the shade of the mountain trees. Just like all Ethiopian coffees, the Sidamo coffee is a regional variety and trademarked by the country itself. It is named after the most southern province of Ethiopia.

The “Arabica Coffea” plant originated in Ethiopia. According to the legend, a 19th century goat herder noticed the energising effect the plant had on his flock and talked about his “singing goats“.

Sidamo coffee has a small green/greyish bean, more elongated than the American Arabica coffees. It has a deep citrus and floral bergamot taste. It is known for a very high-quality coffee.


Seifes Coffee




1,500m – 1,800m

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Coffee Varieties

Variety: Heirloom

Harvest: July to December
Processing: Washed
Cup Profile: Bergamot, Lemon, Kumquat, Black Tea

Good socio-environmental practices

Beyond its commitment to cultivating exceptional coffee, Fazenda Santa Izabel prioritises good socio-environmental practices. The farm extends its expertise to small producers in the region with the provision of courses and workshops. This not only fortifies ties within the community but also empowers local producers to connect with international buyers, ensuring a sustainable future for all involved.

Images of Sidamo

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