Harazi Sharqi | Yemen Specialty Coffee

(3 reviews)

$23

Harazi Sharqi is a micro-lot, direct, and fair trade Yemeni specialty coffee.
Testing notes: Fruity and winy. Notes of cherry, grapes, green apple, nuts, cacao, and hints of floral notes. Balanced citric acidity and elegant aftertaste.
Light roast: Recommended for Pour-over, Immersion, and interesting Espresso.

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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Harazi Sharqi is a micro-lot, direct, and fair trade Yemeni specialty coffee.

Tasting notes: Fruity and winy. Notes of cherry, grapes, green apple, nuts, cacao, and hints of floral notes. Balanced citric acidity and elegant aftertaste.
Region: Sharqi Haraz, Yemen
Producer: Ahmed Qiyari Harazi Sharqi Yemen Specialty Coffee
Elevation: 2.249 m.a.s.l.
Climate: Dry. Rain 500mm per year
Harvest: Hand selection (only ripe cherries). Apr 2020
Irrigation system: Dripping or rain.
Species: Ancient Typica / Mokha
Varietal: Ja’adi
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.
Bean size: AA+ Harazi Sharqi Yemen Specialty Coffee
Light roast: Recommended for Pour-over, Immersion, and interesting Espresso.

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.

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  1. Tanya

    Such a wonderful coffee with delightful fruity notes. Love to start my day with this coffee.

  2. Jennifer B (verified owner)

    Very happy with this coffee.

  3. Elsa (verified owner)

    This is a great bean 🙂

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