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This is 4oz Individual box of roasted coffee from our village in Al-Wadi region with flavor notes of complex cacao, peach, and honeysuckle
Nicknamed "The land of the tribes", Al-Wadi is one of the most difficult places to source coffee. Their villages are at the tops of mountains, where they have carved out beautiful terraces. Much of their coffee is grown under shade, giving their coffees delicate fruit notes and juicier body. The people of Al-Wadi have a lifestyle that has been uninterrupted for centuries. Their art of coffee cultivation has been perfected for generations, making it an experience unlike anything you've ever tasted.
We roast bi-monthly, Thursday roasting and Thursday/Friday fulfillment. Because our coffees are grown at such high elevations, we recommend giving them a few days to open up after the roast date before you enjoy them. The ideal is 7-20 days off of roast. Good for up to 35 days after roast date.
*Due to Covid-19 and the shelter-in-place order we are temporarily shipping out on Thursdays only. For international orders: we are not liable for customs fees. Please see shipping policy for more details.
I have been waiting to order copy from you guys since I read the book outlining the upstart of this company. I was not disappointed! Will be ordering again.
It was a wonderful surprise birthday gift for my sister who likes to indulge in good coffee. My whole family enjoyed the delicate and chocolate-y flavor! Also, the packaging was top-notch. The sturdy but simple and well-presented container with the little brochure (on the beans) suited perfectly for the high-quality coffee.
Al-Wadi Village Lot Box
Great and super unique coffee. I've drank a lot of coffee in my years as a barista and I've definitely never tasted a natural as chocolatey and floral as this one. Sure, it's pricey but that is because farmers are paid right and exporting from Yemen is extremely difficult. Thanks so much for the wonderful coffee.
Love your Yemeni coffee!
Experience the story of how Mokhtar escaped Yemen by boat to introduce his coffee to the world.