Gurmah Limited Edition | Yemen Specialty Coffee

(6 reviews)

$36

Gurmah is a limited edition, micro-lot, direct and fair trade Yemeni specialty coffee.

Tasting notes: Unique and elegant coffee. Notes of blueberry jam, cheesecake, raspberry, maple, almond, chocolate cream, flowers and clove. The ideal acidity for a coffee with nice and silky body. As time passes, more notes will appear and others will vanish.

Light-Medium roast: Recommended for Pour over, Ibrik, Espresso and Immersion brewers.

250Gr
Whole Beans
For Ibrik / Cezve / Jazwa
For Filter/ Pour Over
For Espresso
For Reusable Pods
For Chemex
For French Press
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We are pleased to introduce our new specialty coffee line “Yemeni Limited Edition”. There will be some rare and special micro and nano-lots varieties of the highest SCA scores.

Saleh Gurmah lives in Gurmah village on the mountains of Haraz in Manakha, Yemen. Saleh and his family have been dedicated to only produce specialty grade coffee. They live and work on an elevation of 2.100 meters above sea level. This elevation, their passion, and the original and unique varieties make their crop incredibly amazing.
There is a high demand for the coffee grown in Gurmah village, but the production is very low. Since Gardelli Specialty Coffee in Italy is one of the biggest buyers, it’s a bit challenging to purchase the crop. But because Saleh is a friend of us, we were able to secure 70kg of one of his special process micro-lots. To honor him for helping us having this coffee, we named it after his last name Gurmah.
The tasting notes of Gurmah are unique and amazing. It is a living coffee because It never stops evolving over time. For 3 months, we’ve been cupping this coffee every 3 days in order to reach the best roasting profile and we were blown away by the different notes we found every time we cupped it.
We have been working with Yemeni coffee for many years and every time it surprises us more. This coffee especially drove us crazy.

Gurmah is a limited edition, micro-lot, direct and fair trade Yemeni specialty coffee

Tasting notes: Unique and elegant coffee. Notes of blueberry jam, cheesecake, raspberry, maple, almond, chocolate cream, flowers and clove. The ideal acidity for a coffee with a nice and silky body. As time passes, more notes will appear and others will vanish.
Region: Gurmah Village, Haraz Mountains, Yemen
Producer: Saleh Gurmah Gurmah Yemen Specialty Coffee
Elevation: 1,850 – 2,300 meters above sea level
Climate: Cold and dry. Rain 510mm annually
Harvest: Handpicked (only ripe cherries). Mar 2020
Irrigation system: Dripping or rain.
Species: Ancient Typica / Mokha
Varietal: Udaini.
Process: Natural – Sundried. The most traditional and ancient way that Yemeni producers have learned for more than 1000 years of cultivating and processing coffee. Dried on raised beds under the sun for 16-21 days after passing through the floating system to remove lower density cherries and natural defects.
Beans size: AA+
Light-Medium roast: Recommended for Pour over, Ibrik, Espresso and Immersion brewers.

In general, Yemeni coffees are best consumed after 12-18 days from the roasting date and up to 12-16 weeks because of the degassing process. Notes will vary depending on the conserving way and time, but always a delicious cup of coffee.

About Haraz:
Haraz is a mountainous region of Yemen between the cities of Sana’a and Al-Hudaydah. It is considered within the range of Sarawat. In the 11th century, it was the fortress of the Sulayhid Dynasty, many of the buildings still survive today. It includes Jabal An-Nabi Shu’ayb, the highest mountain in Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula. Due to its location between the coastal plain of Tihamah and Sanaa, this mountainous area has always been strategically important. A stopping point for the caravan during the Himyarite Kingdom, the Haraz was later the stronghold of the Sulayhid dynasty, which established itself in Yemen in 1037.

Weight 270 g
Dimensions 8 × 11 × 7 cm
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1 Kg, 250Gr

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Whole Beans, For Ibrik / Cezve / Jazwa, For Filter/ Pour Over, For Espresso, For Reusable Pods, For Chemex, For French Press

  1. Leslie McGrath (verified owner)

    Can’t get enough of this coffee. It’s the best coffee I’ve ever had so far

  2. Jennifer B (verified owner)

    Very fruity and sweet. I liked it more on pour over and espresso but not so much in my MokKa Pot, it’s amazing coffee though . Can’t recommend it enough for pour over, french press and espresso

  3. Martin T (verified owner)

    Having sampled a large majority of specialty roasters I can undeniably say personally Gurmah is the BOMB! Possibly the best beans I’ve ever had.

  4. Edgar Harry (verified owner)

    Very complex and juicy. I’ve been enjoying every drop of this coffee. Oh and the delivery was so fast ( arrived same day of placing the order). Highly recommended

  5. Richard J (verified owner)

    Amazing coffee no doubt, but quite expensive. So 4 stars for me

  6. Jessica Quann (verified owner)

    Delicious but not better than the sanan’ani – both delicious

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