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Posts Tagged ‘Ethiopia’

  • Yemeni Coffee, Mocha Mattari to More Traceable Bani Mattari

    Apr 27, 13 • Coffee from AfricaNo Comments
    Yemeni Coffee, Mocha Mattari to More Traceable Bani Mattari

    Yemeni coffee is gradually becoming more traceable and offer higher quality in the past a few years. But still, the amount of coffee produced is short and mostly distributed among Middle Eastern countries. Yemeni coffee is consequently over-priced. What is Mocha? Yemen is a historically important location for coffee as well as Ethiopia. In history, […]...

  • Light Roast May Not Be The Best For Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

    Apr 15, 13 • Roasting1 Comment
    Light Roast May Not Be The Best For Ethiopian Yirgacheffe

    When we talk about Ethiopian coffee, Yirgacheffe is the origin where all the coffee people pay attention to. The coffee features distinctive berry like aroma with excellent brightness. Ethiopia, the origin of Arabica coffee, has unmeasurable potential. Over one thousand of unique Arabica varieties that are native to Ethiopia were discovered so far, yet botanical […]...