• Country: Yemen Region: Hajjah Producer: Rayyan Mill Elevation: 1800-2000m Varietal: Udainy / Dawairy Process: Sun-dried Natural Tasting Notes: Apricot, Orange, Anise

    The uniqueness of Yemen coffee can be attributed to the uniqueness of Yemen itself. Yemen coffee developed through the centuries isolated from the offspring of those smuggled beans that gave birth to coffee in the rest of the world. In Yemen coffee is traditionally grown at high elevations in harsh environments receiving little rainfall. As a result the varietals that developed in Yemen had to survive a harsh climate. They are the result of centuries of adaptation to these unique conditions - thus the varietals themselves are unique to Yemen. In addition the added stress of these conditions on the plants increases the amount of nutrients and sugars pushed to the cherries which ultimately increases cup complexity. Due to the lack of rainfall, Yemen coffee has always been sun-dried (natural) further increasing the sweetness of the cup. Ultimately Yemen coffee and its history are much like Yemen itself: mysterious, intriguing and complex.

  • Uganda | Bushula

    Country: Uganda Region: Bugisu Washing Station: Bukusu Elevation: 1300-1600m Varietal: SL14 Process: Washed Tasting Notes: Kiwi, Ginger, Chocolate
  • Country: Uganda Region: Bugisu Washing Station: Bukusu Elevation: 1800-2000m Varietal: SL14 Process: Honey Tasting Notes: Stone Fruit, Lime, Jamoncillo de Leche
  • Country: Guatemala Region: Huehuetenanago Producer: Armando Gomez Elevation: 1500m Varietal: Blend Process: Washed Tasting Notes: Caramel, Orange, Cream  
  • Country: Ethiopia Region: Kochere Washing Station: Chelelektu Elevation: 2000-2200m Varietal: Heirloom Process: Natural Tasting Notes: Berries, Lavender, Black Tea

  • Country: Brazil Region: Cerrado Mineiro Producer: Andrade Brothers Elevation: 1100m Varietal: Yellow Icatú Process: Sun-dried Natural Tasting Notes: Almond, Lime, Silky Texture