Shantawene Honey - Ethiopia Espresso
Maple syrup, Currant, Plum

€63,60 / kg

Whole Bean 3000g
250gBialettiEspresso Maschine

Autumn finally arrived! And not only in nature, but also at 19grams! Sweet maple syrup, black currant, juicy plum warm the heart in this chilly season.

About the coffee

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. There are between six and ten thousand types of coffee. In most cases, Ethiopian coffee is sold as heirloom coffee because there are no genetic tests that would allow buyers to differentiate the varieties. Cross-pollination occurs in the wild, which is why the term "Ethiopian Heirloom" exists as a collective term. This coffee was processed with the "Honey processed" method. This creates an extraordinary sweetness: this coffee can almost be taken on the menu as a dessert!

About the farm

The coffee comes from Daye Bensa Gatta Farm and is located in the heart of Shantawene village, 10 km from Daye town, in the midst of natural forest and native trees believed to be more than 200 years old.

The farm is within easy reach of the cultivation companies in the villages of Bombe, Shantawene and Keramo. It is surrounded by rivers, which has created very fertile soil. One of them flows down from the hills above Karamo and thus separates the village of Shantawene from Bombe. In order to maintain the natural shade and fertility of the soil, various shade trees are planted on the farm with the advice of the Ministry of Agriculture.

Together with the farms of the growers, the farm is verified as organic, C.A.F.E PRACTICE, UTZ and Rain Forest Alliances.

Our Shantawene Honey comes from the Shantawene Washing Station and is made from carefully selected, ripe cherries. When the cherry is accepted, water is poured over it in order to remove inferior cherries. The cherry is then dried on African beds for 14 to 18 days.


Coffee from Ethiopia

Ethiopia is considered the country of origin of coffee and is now one of the largest coffee exporters in the world. Coffees from Ethiopia are very diverse and range from fruity lemony to floral flavors. While washed coffees impress with elegance and complexity, naturally processed coffees exhibit wildly fruity character traits.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

1:2, 19gr Kaffee für 40gr Espresso, Brühzeit: 30-35 Sekunden.


Maple syrup, Currant, Plum

Maple syrup




Autumnal spirit comes with our complex flavor profile in a rather heavy cup.

About the coffee

Variety: Heirloom, Typica

Processing: Honey

Altitude: 2100 m asl

Fertilizing method: biological

Harvest year: 2021

Processing place: Shantawene washing station

About the farm

Farm: Bensa Gatta Farm

Location: Shantawene washing station

Coffee farmer: Assefa & Mulugeta Dukamo Korma

Form of Operation: Family business

Farm size: 250 hectares

About the farm: The farm is certified organic, UTZ and Rain Forest All.

Number of varieties: several

Prices: Cup of Excellence

Cooperation: new partner

espresso 19grams

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