Ethiopian Djimmah

Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
Regular price $17.55
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Ethiopian Djimmah

Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
Regular price $17.55

This is a bean has a high altitude profile grown in the Ethiopian Djimmah region, approximately 1600 metres above sea level. The Djimmah is a nicely prepared bean with a thick, syrupy...

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This is a bean has a high altitude profile grown in the Ethiopian Djimmah region, approximately 1600 metres above sea level. The Djimmah is a nicely prepared bean with a thick, syrupy sweetness and hints of apricot, passion fruit and papaya.

Cupping: Intense, earthy, fruit notes

Type: Arabica 

Regions: Oromia, Southwestern Ethiopia 

Producer: Selected small holder farms 

Harvest:  October - March

Varietals: Landrace varieties 

Altitude: 1400-1600 MASL

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  • Our office is open and roasting Monday - Friday, 8am to 4pm
  • Orders placed before 12pm weekdays are shipped same day
  • Orders placed on the weekends, on public holidays or after 12pm will be sent next business day
  • Same day delivery is available before 9am weekdays, for Sydney Metro only

SHIPPING COSTS

Standard Post:

The cost of Standard Post within Australia is calculated based on the total weight of your order

  • Up to 5kg - $7.95
  • 5-10kg - $10.95
  • 11-20kg - $14.95
  • Over 20kg - $19.95

Express Post:

The cost of Express Post is calculated at checkout, based on your order weight and your delivery location.


SHIPPING TIMES

Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, Auspost is currently experiencing delays across it’s network and cannot guarantee their usual Express Post timeframes.


We offer Standard and Express shipping, through Australia Post. 


For the most up to date shipping estimates, please visit Auspost here.

 

RETURNS

If you need to consider refunds and returns, we would love to help! Here at GBC nothing makes us happier knowing that we have delivered a good quality product that you, the customer, enjoys!

  • You can cancel your online order prior to shipment
  • Coffee orders can be returned within 48h as long as the condition is unopened and undamaged, Contact us here for more information: info@beans.net.au
  • Any orders that have been damaged in transit goods, need to be reported within 24h so we can help you, contact us here at info@beans.net.au
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Reviewed by Steve, from Australia
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Djimmah.. my first ever roast

7 1/2 hours after roasting yesterday, I had to test the coffee. I know, after at least 24 hrs hey. Ok, I did a manual grind(ceramic burrs) (fine-medium grind) and put in a 1/8th cup of grindate in the filter.. a medium pour-out.. RESULTS: the aroma is like bergamot and the taste like a great curry without the spicy heat. Should be awesome in the morning, can't wait to try :)..

METHOD & MATERIALS: Rotary air fryer with rotisserie cage; 100 grams of Ethiopian djimmah. Preheat to 160°C then put in beans to roast for 5 minutes.. turn heat up to 235°C .. at first Crack(about 7.5 minutes later), continue roasting for 1.5 minutes.. put beans in steel strainer, and shake, to cool and get rid of chaff.. place in airtight jar when cool and wait for 24hrs to 3 days(lol).. NB. should get about 8 cups of awesome coffee from 100grams of green beans. NBB. Hmmmm... might put some chilli flakes in to grind with the beans.. some like it hot !!! ;)

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Good Average

Not the beast nor the worst. For it's price point, its very nice but the beans itself lack sweetness and the typical fruitiness Ethiopian beans usually have. I first roasted them a lighter roast but it didn't come out too well so i roasted it medium dark for espresso and came out very nice

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Rated 4 out of 5
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A new taste.

It is good for everyday coffee. It is nice to try a different taste.

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Tastes good!

I'd read some characterizations of Djimmah online, many noting a medicinal taste to coffee made from these beans. This has not been my experience thus far, though I admit I am neither much of a roaster nor a coffee flavour connoisseur.

Roasted first batch in very thin wok. A few beans were a little burnt but otherwise, definitely better than your average pre-roasted kilo of Vittoria from Woolies.

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