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Get to Know This Coffee Like the satisfaction of getting to the final page of a great book, you'll be totally thrilled to taste all the secrets of this coffee come together in perfect order. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
The Details Farmers deliver their fresh picked coffee, grown between 6200-7800 feet, to receiving stations where they are graded on quality. Coffees are then dried on raised beds, and milled in Sana'a. Each farmer is issued an ID card for full traceability, which aids in tracking the product as well as timely payment to the farmer.
Enjoy berry, lemon, and coriander in this medium-light roast
What's Cool In coffee's history, Ethiopia is established as the genetic birthplace of coffee, but Yemen is largely responsible for the global spread of coffee. The plants themselves were transported across the Red Sea from Ethiopia in the 17th century as the merchants sought to corner the coffee market for trade with Europe. Yemen became the world’s coffee powerhouse. It's believed that the Moka plant from Yemen, which was named after the major port of Al Mokha, made its way to Java and began the enormous Dutch plantations there, which subsequently fed plants to the rest of the New World.