Ethiopia Limu Speciality Coffee Beans
Ethiopia is the largest African producer of coffee beans, and is considered by many to be the birthplace of coffee over 1,000 years ago. The coffee plant “coffea arabica” originates from Ethiopia, and today accounts for over 60% of coffee production worldwide.
The coffees in Ethiopia are all named after the geographic location where they grow. Limu coffee beans grow in the south-west of Ethiopia at high altitudes of between 1100m and 1800m.
Our Ethiopia Limu has an excellent SCA score of 84, and cupping notes of chocolate, citrus, and gooseberry. This amazing coffee that can easily be brewed in a variety of methods, but we think it’s best suited to an Espresso or Moka Pot.
Packed and supplied in 100% biodegradable resealable bags and available for you to buy online as whole beans for you to grind yourself, we've also made our Ethiopian Limu coffee available to purchase as freshly ground coffee in coarse, medium or fine.
1100m – 1800m
Chocolate, Citrus, Gooseberry
As with all the Copper Coffee Roasters coffees I’ve tried, these coffee beans are delicious. Very smooth and fresh. Thoroughly recommend these guys for their great coffee & friendly service!
Well balanced Ethiopian coffee. I like the fact that the origins are changing at Copper CR's. I'm a coffee drinker who likes to try different roasters/origins/roasts etc. so will keep coming back to CCR. Good work Team Copper!
Lovely coffee, and really fresh. Now I need to buy a better coffee machine to do it justice!
I purchased the ethiopian and colombian and they are both excellent quality.
Reasonably priced and quick dispatch also.
Will be back to buy more in the future
Really like this coffee and look forward to my breakfast every morning!
Quick Grind Guide: Our Coffee Grinds Explained
|Whole Beans||For you to grind at home with your own grinder|
|Coarse||Ideal for cafetière, French press|
|Medium||Ideal for V60, AeroPress, Chemex|
|Fine||Ideal for espresso, moka pot|
For a more detailed explanation of the variety of grinds that are used around the world, please take the time to visit and read our blog article - Ground Coffee... Grinding It Out - Our Coffee Grind Guide.