Mocha Origins Coffee

Sail Haraz Mocha DRIPPING BAGS

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Description

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In the "International Cafe Tasting Championship" "Ghalib" coffee was able to win the gold medal 2 years in a row.


The refreshing, sweet and rich coffee "SAIL HARAZ MOCHA" was harvested in the Haraz district in western Yemen, a village called "Wadi Sail". The area is characterized by volcanic soil suitable for coffee cultivation and an altitude of 2,240 m at the highest point. Growing in a privileged environment, a single lot of coffee offers complexity, fruitiness and a wine-like flavor.

Now the coffee is available in easy to make dripping Bags with a great price per cup. 

■ Flavor
Peach
English tea
Candy
Floral / flowery sweet scent
Juicy


■ Product details
・ Product name: SAIL HARAZ MOCHA
・ Production area: Haraz district, Republic of Yemen wadi Sail
・ Altitude: 1,700-2,240m
・ Processing method: Natural (sun-dried)
・ Variety: Mocha Ja'adi (Old Typica)
・ Farmer: Ghalib (single farm / single origin)
* You can choose from beans or ground coffee powder.

■ Shipping
In case of ordering with other coffees, it will take 3 days for fresh Roasting per order. If ordered alone, it will shipped immediately after order. 

■ Inquiries
Please use the form on the CONTACT page or call us (English is acceptable).
[Telephone number] 070-4715-6351 (Reception hours 10: 00-18: 00, closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)


We paid particular attention to the production area (farm) and freshness.
Enjoy Yemen's rare specialty coffee.

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玲子 大坪

I gave the dripping bags to two of my friends, both of whom loved them. I enjoy drinking milk with cascara syrup, and I will give one of the bottle to my friend who lived in Yemen.

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玲子 大坪

I gave the dripping bags to two of my friends, both of whom loved them. I enjoy drinking milk with cascara syrup, and I will give one of the bottle to my friend who lived in Yemen.