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This ideal gift box includes three 4oz micro-lot boxes of roasted coffee each originating from different regions of Yemen (Al Durrar, Al-Wadi and Al-Jabal) with heavenly flavor notes:
Al-Durrar – Tropical fruit, mango, and tangerine.
Al-Wadi – Complex cacao, peach, and honeysuckle.
Al-Jabal – Cherry, strawberry jam, and plum wine.
In 2018, we made history by launching the first coffee auction in Yemen's 500 year history. A small auction for our coffees, we sold 1400 lbs. with our highest bid at $100/lb for green beans.
Yemen is the world's oldest land to cultivate coffee. The ancient Udaini varietal is cultivated here and is understood to be the grandfather of 90% of the world's coffee. Coffee here is grown at a staggering 2150-2500 meters above sea level, making it some of the highest grown coffee in the world. The beautiful people of Yemen are known for their generosity and hospitality and have produced a labor of love that is unforgettable to the last sip. Take a journey to the world's most exquisite coffee with the Port of Mokha Yemen Trilogy box. No visa required.
We roast to order and ship weekly, Monday roasting and Tuesday/Wednesday 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. Ideal is 7-20 days off of roast. Good for up to 35 days after roast date.
Love the coffee! And happy to support farmers in Yemen!
I bought this as a gift for my brother after having read The Monk of Mokha. I loved the packaging when the coffee arrived and the details that gave a peek into the broader story. Plus, my brother loved the coffee!
Amazing story (great to know that it helps communities living in Yemen)
Keep up the great work :)
Great coffee.....truly unique
It is blissfully obvious from the first sip of the coffees you provide of the care and quality involved. I particularly favor the sun-dried technique for the rich enhancements to the overall taste.
Your packaging also shows the pride you have in your coffees.
Experience the story of how Mokhtar escaped Yemen by boat to introduce his coffee to the world.