✔ Organic Coffee Beans
✔ Artisan roasted coffee
✔ Eco packaging
✔ Strong coffee, slightly sweet
✔ Ideal for espresso or strong lungo
The Bioco Ethiopia coffee certainly does not lack flavour. As a real barista you can season these coffee beans in your coffee grinder and make a delicious cup of coffee. Use the beans to make a perfect espresso or a delicious strong lungo.
Ethiopia coffee beans grow in the Highlands of Limu. This coffee has a subtle sweetness and a spicy wine-like flavour. With its balanced body, this is one of the most qualitative gourmet coffees in the world. A must-have!
*Where industrial coffee roasters choose to roast their beans in less than 5 minutes at extreme temperatures, Bioco chooses to roast their beans for at least 15 minutes long at a moderature temperature. This allows the flavours to come into their own and retain their delicious aroma.
This coffee comes in an eco-friendly 'tube' packaging with an ecopouch (biobased bag) inside. The Ethiaopia coffee beans 250g is also available as Ethiopia Ground Coffee.
|Ingredients||100% Arabica beans|
A perfect coffee bean to water ratio doesn't exist. Everyone has a unique preference and every coffee machine is different.
Our suggested doses of grams per cup of coffee:
6 grams = light
7 grams = medium
8 grams = strong
How to grind coffee in a coffee grinder?
For an espresso machine, the beans should be as fine as possible.
For a regular cup of coffee, the beans can be ground more roughly.
Think your coffee is too weak? Try grinding your coffee beans more finely, allowing the water more time.
Do you think the coffee is too weak? Then try a finer grind of your coffee beans, so that the water needs more time to be pressed through the coffee.
Is the coffee too strong or too bitter? Grind your coffee beans coarser.