• Coffee Region Test: Yemen

    by  • June 16, 2017 • Coffee, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Coffee began in Yemen, and it’s not particularly easy to find.  I ordered some medium roast and I’m looking forward to trying this small-batch coffee.  The beans are grown in Yemen’s mountainous west at 1500 to 2100 meters. A network of small-holder producers meticulously grow and harvest this heirloom coffee by hand, and dry it in the sun. It is then carefully milled and packaged for export.

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