Ethiopian coffee is considered to be a light to medium body coffee, which gives it its pleasant and mild taste. The flavor is known to be intense, rich, fruity, and premium, producing a delicious cup of coffee that can be enjoyed with breakfast or as an afternoon pick-me-up. From the moment the coffee beans hit the grinder to the second the coffee touches your lips, you can expect a sensational smelling and tasting experience.

  • Smell: Complex scent with strong notes of berries and citrus.
  • Taste: Bright citrus, chocolate, and red berries.
  • Aftertaste: A subtle hint of jasmine flower, bergamot, and blueberry.

The Ethiopian coffee flavor profile makes it a perfect dessert coffee to accompany sweets like scones and cakes. However, it also pairs well with savory snacks to balance salty and sweet.

Source: https://www.coffeeblenders.com/


Source of Our Coffee

Yirgacheffe coffee

Yirgacheffe coffee

Yirgacheffe is a coffee region in southern Ethiopia that produces distinctively floral and fruit-toned coffees from traditional varieties of Arabica long grown in the region from wild coffee trees.

Guji coffee

Guji coffee

This bright, acidic Guji coffee is hailed for its unique and exquisite flavor and body. Guji is located in the Oromia coffee growing region of Southern Ethiopia.

Wollega coffee

Wollega coffee

Coffee Grown in the Ghimbi and Wollega regions of Ethiopia at elevations between 4900 feet and 5900 feet above sea level Lekempti coffee is known for its pleasant acidity and healthy body reminiscent ofEthiopian Harrar Longberry coffee.

Limu coffee

Limu coffee

Limu is a high-quality wet-processed (washed) Ethiopian coffee that exhibits a relatively low acidity yet is somewhat sharp. The brewed cup is distinguished by its well-balanced body (mouthfeel) and noticeable winey and spicy flavors, often fruit-toned, pleasantly sweet and vibrant with floral overtones.

Sidamo coffee

Sidamo coffee

Sidamo coffee is known for its floral, citrusy aroma, and it tends to have a medium, smooth body. It’s more earthy than other Ethiopian coffees, with a bright finish and low acidity. With such an enticing flavour profile and proud history, it’s clear why we chose Sidamo beans for our coffee bags!

Agricultural Commodities

Sesame seeds

Ethiopia is one of the leading sesame seed producer and exporter countries in the world. China, India and Ethiopia are the top three sesame seeds producing country in the world. While China and India are the top consumer for sesame seed, Ethiopia exports almost all of its products to the rest of the world.

Red Kidney Bean

bean is one of the most important grain legumes grown in the low lands of Ethiopia, particularly in the Rift Valley. In these areas, white pea beans are grown for export purposes as well as for domestic consumption. Haricot bean is also a principal food crop particularly in the southern and eastern parts of Ethiopia.

White Pea Bean

The Ethiopian White Pea Bean is under the category of ―Haricot beans. The planting period of WPB should be set such that harvesting period falls during the dry season. The production period ranges from 85 to 120 days and 90 percent of the harvest is sold for export mainly to Europe.

Green mung beans

Green mung beans are small, ovoid (sometimes cylindrical) in shape with a bright green skin. They are new and emerging crops in Ethiopia with good results. It has been said that green mung beans grown in Ethiopia have good quality and they command a prime premium on the international market.

Chick Peas

Chickpea is Ethiopia’s third most important export legume after faba bean and haricot bean, generating a revenue of about USD 61 million annually, and making chickpea one of the main pulse crops in the country in terms of cropped area, total production and direct human consumption.

Soy bean

Soybean is one of the most important crops in Ethiopia. It contributes nearly 18% to the country’s total oilseed production and accounts for only 6% of the area planted to oilseeds.


In total, the 2021/22 wheat production from irrigated and rain-fed systems reached 7.0 million metric tons. As a result, Ethiopia did not import wheat in 2022. Currently, the government of Ethiopia is committed to moving the nation from a wheat importer to a net exporter by 2025/26.


In 2020, maize production for Ethiopia was 8,600 thousand tonnes. Maize production of Ethiopia increased from 971 thousand tonnes in 1971 to 8,600 thousand tonnes in 2020 growing at an average annual rate of 7.60%.

Pinto Bean

Pinto bean one of the major pulses that serve as a rotational crop in cereal based cropping systems in the lowland areas.

White Pigeon Pea

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) locally called “yergib ater”.It was first introduced in Ethiopia before 18 years. it’s purpose was water and soil conservation lately it was adopted as animal feeding and humans food. Now a days it is becoming one of exportable commodity’s and only 10% is used for household consumption.


Me-Olyad Trading PLC

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Nifas Silak Lafto Sub city
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Managing Director : Mr. Tefera Anbessa



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