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Ethiopian Mocha Djimma


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Origin - Ethiopia

Ethiopian Mocha Djimmah is a delicious African bean with chocolate notes.

This Djimmah is fairly typical of a traditionally dry-processed Ethiopian coffee. It is earthy and rustic with a full body and bags of ripe fruit and cocoa. However, there are also some lovely fresh pine and lemon meringue pie aromatics that really bring the brew to life. Ethiopia is often described as the birthplace of coffee.

It is believed that, in the forests of the Kaffa region, Coffea Arabica first grew wild and these plants were traded and transported around the world by 16th and 17th century missionaries. The Port of Mocha in neighbouring Yemen lent its name to coffee from this region, as it became a major trading post for coffee going into Europe and Asia. It is also from here that mocha (a chocolate and coffee drink) was named, possibly due to the chocolaty notes present in many Ethiopian coffees.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Paul Smith
A realy drinkable coffee

This is another really drinkable coffee from the Pollards roastery. Coffee is personal so try it yourself - I tried it and was not disappointed. (I too first bought coffee from the shop in the centre of Sheffield, in my case 40 years ago... - I eventually found my way back via the website)

Val Liverpool
as good as ever

I've been a fan of this coffee since Pollards was on West Street. I'm still buying it despite having moved from Sheffield 30 odd years ago. It's got good strong flavours without the bitterness of high roast coffees.

Stephen Levi
Mocha Djimma

I have been buying Mocha Djimma from Pollards for a number of years and have never been disappointed!
It has deep flavour without being bitter. I try other African coffees from time to time (Cameroon is very good) but always come back to the Mocha. I always buy whole beans and grind them when required as I believe that after being ground, coffee loses some flavour if left.
Thank you Pollards and a happy new year to all the team!!

Not bad

I have now revised my opinion of this light roast, after purchasing a new coffee bean grinder, which ground the beans more finely than the old one. This produced a brew which had more flavour and lacked the blandness of the previous brew. Whilst I still prefer a medium to dark roast and am not sure whether I would buy this blend again, it is a pleasant coffee and will suit people who don't like their coffee to be too strong.

Alice Ditchfield
Ethiopian Coffee mmmmmmmm !!

Lovely, rich tasting coffee with hints of chocolate