This coffee is grown at about 2000 to 2300 meters above sea level on the mountains of Bani Ismail which are located in the region of Haraz. It is the highest grown coffee in all of Yemen and is known by experts as one of the very best Yemen Mochas.
The coffee culture in Yemen has been the same for centuries. The oldest methods and tools are still being used to this day. The coffee trees are grown organically in their natural environment and the cherries are picked by hand.
This one-of-a-kind coffee offers a wild combination of sharp, complex and fruity notes. Its intensity truly reveals itself as the aromatics unfold 24 hours after roasting. It is also particularly sought out for its highly desirable and uncommon hints of sage, leather, cardamom and tobacco, striking acidity and prolonged aftertaste.