Ethiopian Ceremony Decaf

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Ethiopian Ceremony Decaf

This organic Ethiopian coffee fills your taste buds with smooth, silky and sweet notes of chocolate and blackberry. The unique flavor creates a sweet and smooth coffee with a silky body that gives you the bold flavors you want without the caffeine you don’t!

Light Roast
Tasting Notes

milk chocolate, almonds, blackberries, hint of lime

Limu, Ethiopia
Decaf Process
Swiss Water
6069-6561 ft.

Perfect For

The detail-oriented pioneer who makes an effort to live life to its fullest and savor all of the beautiful details it has to offer along the way.

Why We Love It

This coffee is certified organic. It was grown without chemical pesticides, and it was decaffeinated through the Swiss Water Process that only uses water to remove the caffeine. The silky body and chocolate notes combined with the sweet burst of fruit create a coffee that will leave you astonished that it’s decaf. You’ll wish for endless cups of this coffee, and the good news is, it’s decaf; may your wish be granted. Ethiopia is known for their traditional daily coffee ceremonies that make drinking coffee feel like a special occasion. They involve freshly roasting, grinding and, in a ceramic pot, brewing the coffee. It is served strong in a small cup, often with sugar. Needless to say, Ethiopians know their coffee, which is exemplified by the beautiful, bold flavor notes in this coffee. Make drinking coffee your very own special occasion with our Ethiopian Ceremony.

About the Grower

This coffee was grown and dried on raised beds by Ibrahim Hussein, a third-generation coffee farmer, on his coffee plantation in the Jimma Zone of Ethiopia.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

LOVE the Ethiopian ceremony! I tried several of the sample sizes and the Ethiopian ceremony is my absolute favorite!

Suzan Porter

Ethiopian Ceremony Decaf

Steve Thorngate

Subtle and so smooth. Probably the mildest flavor of Savorista's three lighter-roasted decafs, and not in a bad way... I could drink it all day, and I might.