Flavour Profile: Smooth, rich body with flavour notes of Turkish Delight and Milk Chocolate. Low acidity.
- From the Region of Harazi
- Grown at an altitude of 1,700 - 2,100 masl.
- Varietal - Jaadi
- Natural Process
Coffee is grown in Yemen in mountainous areas up high on plateaus and in valleys that are between 1600 – 2100 masl in altitude. It is known for being the first place to cultivate coffee after it was brought to the region in the 15th Century by Sufi Monks from here it grew with coffee being exported in the 16th Century from the port of Al-Makha which gave birth to the name of the Mocha drink known around the world today.
Traditionally farmers in Yemen they work on small plots from 60 – 70 trees to 400 – 500 trees. The variety mainly is Jaadi /Udhini which is a large tree known for its good production. On average farmers will produce around 1500kg of cherry which equates to about 3 bags of 60kg exportable coffee.
During the harvest, all the coffee is hand picked and dried on rooftops in the sun for approximately 6-12 days
Roast Level: medium
A very rich and smooth coffee with low acidity, incredible body and depth of flavour.