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Ethiopian Harrar Coffee Beans

Quick Details  
Harar Coffee beans Grade 1,
Price: $8,000 USD per MT
Processing: Natural
Specification: Moisture content: 11.5 %
Foreign Matters: 0 %
Broken Beans: 0 %
Black: 0 %
Above screen 14: Minimum 97 %
Origin: Harrar province
Packaging Details: 60kg per Jutbags
Region: Harrar
Processing: Natural
Country of Origin: Ethiopia

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MOQ:  1 metric ton

Loading: 20' FCL (19.2 metric tons)

Shipment Within 20 days after receiving the FIRST deposit payment

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Ethiopian Harrar - 1lb

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. Ethiopian coffees represent the epitome of the coffee tasting for many. Harrar region, which is on the Eastern side of Ethiopia, produces some of the most fascinating coffees in the world. Ethiopian Harrar large coffee beans carry an intense flavor of tropical fruit and blueberries with smooth chocolate notes. You will find Ethiopian Harrar coffee to have a rich body, room-filling aroma, crisp finish with pleasant acidity.

Characteristic berry flavor and chocolate notes

Aromatic, heavenly rich body, crisp finish and pleasant acidity

Roast Height: our Roast master has selected a light-medium roast for this coffee to bring out the best flavor




REVIEW

Ethiopian Harrar coffee is generally highly rated and known for its winey and fruity, floral-toned acidity - bright in the cup, even intense - and tasting notes describe it with a rich and pungent, heady aroma that is wonderfully reminiscent of blackberries.

A good Harrar is bold and edgy with a complexity and spice tones that may include cinnamon, cardamom, blueberry jam, apricots, compote, even smoke, and with a lingering finish.

PROCESSING

A dry processed green coffee, a fine Harrar may taste a bit wild and even jammy in comparison to Ethiopian Yirgacheffes coffees which are typically wet processed and tend to exhibit citrus and floral notes. During the dry processing of the Harrars the tastes of the coffee's fruit are allowed to impart to the green coffee beans as the fruit dries on the bean. After separating the fruit from the green coffee, the fruit is typically discarded as garbage or fertilizer. New processing methods have become available recently that will process the coffee cherry into Cascara (a tea) or ground into coffee flour, a substitute in baking.

Harrar's tasting notes include a fruity taste has been likened to dry, red wine. Some Harrars exhibit tones of very rich, dark chocolate.

Harrar Coffee Processing

With a growing elevation all above 1,500 meters (5,000 ft), Ethiopian coffees qualify as Strictly High Grown (SHG), which offers a slower growth that delivers more nutrients to develop a denser bean - part of the reason Ethiopian coffees are so renown.

Ethiopian Harrar coffees are sometimes available Organic certified.

TASTING NOTES

The Harrar coffees are considered power house coffees, exhibiting a bold taste that resonates in the cup. Being sun-dried, these coffees exhibit a complex, wild fruitiness that is unmistakable, though sometimes a bit muted. This leads to some interesting flavor contributions to blends.

A fine Harrar coffee has a very interesting dry edge to it, and sometimes a surprisingly pleasant, slightly fermented aftertaste including intense notes of jasmine.

The flavors and aromas of Harrar also suggest notes of blueberries and apricots—and the intense aromatics make it a popular choice for espresso blends.

BUYING

Consumers are advised to buy fresh roasted whole beans from coffee roasters rather than off-the-shelf through grocery stores or Amazon. This ensures the coffee arrives while still at peak flavor - within 2-3 weeks of roasting in valve-sealed bags, rather than dull and lifeless after sitting on trucks and shelves for weeks and months.

Ethiopian Harrar green coffee beans are imported from brokers and wholesalers around the world by green coffee importers. These are typically 132-lb bulk bags used for large scale roasting operations.

Brands such as Starbucks through their Reserve program have featured Harrar coffees as a single origin, expanding the public's knowledge and awareness of this delicious coffee