The Yemen Trilogy Coffee

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An aromatic journey.

Sourced from Yemen, a country where the ancient Udaini varietal – aka the grandfather of up to 90% of the modern world’s coffee – is still cultivated, this coffee set takes you on a flavorful journey. Beans grow at 2150-2500 meters above sea level here, on mountain-top farms that overlook gorgeous natural landscapes. Founded by San Francisco-based Mokhtar Alkhanshali, whose family came from Yemen, Port of Mokha aims to introduce coffee lovers to the exquisite quality of traditional Yemeni coffee.

The Yemen Trilogy set brings together three different, but equally stunning flavor profiles. Al-Durrar boasts tropical mango and tangerine notes. Al-Wadi features cacao, honeysuckle, and peach flavors. And the fruity Al-Jabal melds notes of cherry and strawberry as well as hints of plum wine. All of them come packaged in beautifully designed boxes. Roasted to order weekly, the coffee comes with a recommended 7-20 day rest period after the roast date. This allows the beans, grown at high elevations, to open up and develop their flavors further. Photographs© Port of Mokha.

 

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