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Ethiopian Queen City Harrar Grade 4 Natural Fresh Roasted 100% Arabica Coffee Beans

Regular price €27,95 EUR
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Roast Profile
  • Flavor nuance dark chocolate with hints of cinnamon and dried cherry.
  • Ethiopian Harrar coffee is known for its winey and fruity, floral-toned acidity, bright in the cup, even intense. and with a rich and pungent, heady aroma that is wonderfully reminiscent of blackberries.
  • The Harrar coffees are considered power house coffees, exhibiting a bold taste that resonates in the cup.
  • Being sun-dried, these coffees exhibit a complex, wild fruitiness that is unmistakable, though sometimes a bit muted.
  • A fine Harrar coffee has a very interesting dry edge to it, and sometimes a surprisingly pleasant, slightly fermented aftertaste including intense notes of jasmine.

Heavy-bodied, spicy and fragrant, Ethiopian Harrar coffee is a wild and exotic dry processed (natural)Arabica coffee that is grown on small farms in the Oromia region (formerly Harrar) in southern Ethiopia at elevations between 4,500 and 6,300 feet. The province of Harrar, is east of Addis Ababa, the country’s capitol. It is one of the oldest coffee beans still produced and is known for its distinctive fruity, wine flavour. The bean is medium in size, with a greenish-yellowish colour. It has medium acidity and full body and a distinctive mocha flavour. Harrar is a dry processed coffee bean, with sorting and processing done almost entirely by hand. Though processing is done by hand, the laborers are extremely knowledgeable of how each bean is categorized. Harrar beans can be divided into three categories: Longberry, Shortberry, and Mocha. Longberry varieties consist of the largest beans and are often considered of the highest quality, in both value and flavor. In some cases this is true but more often than not it's just a marketing pitch. It is one of the highest valued coffees in the world. It is known for having very distinct aromas and flavors of chocolate, spices, and a complex of citrus notes. This is the magical flavor profile that buyers in the States are so desirous of, and so frustrated about when they cannot find it. Think blueberries, cherries, chocolate. The mouth feel is rich and creamy, and the flavors relatively heavy, but the acidity still has a bright clarity that enlivens the whole cup. The aroma notes included toast, honey, caramel, and the aforementioned berries and chocolate. Roasting Medium to French Roast. Contact merchant for larger orders.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Andrew Frazee
Not my preference

Make no mistake these folks have good coffee but this was prob my least favorite of the African coffees. It was a medium and may have just needed to be roasted darker. It was pale and fruity with sour tastes.

Brian McMillan
Coffee at its best

I’m so glad that I bought the Ethiopian Queen City Harrar Grade 4 Natural Fresh Roasted 100% Arabica Coffee , Whole Beans.
It is the most smooth and tasty coffee I have ever consumed.
Thank you RhoadsRoast for the great coffee.

"In your face" delicious

My local roaster (when he could afford Harrar) roasted ours to 185 deg. A wonderful dark roast with rich flavor in our french presses. This order from RhoadsRoast was so close, we couldn't tell the difference. Love it!

Mark Paoluccio
Etheopian Queen City Harrar 2.5 lb

Great price for a great coffee. Arrived fast considering all that's going on these days.i will definitely be ordering this coffee again. Thanks for your fast response

Dennis Rockhill
Wonderful Stuff!

True medium roasted coffee, with a delicious fragrance and flavor. Very good pour over and French Press results. If you like cream like I do, try it black first. Just a hint of cream is nice and you don't lose the coffee profile. I highly recommend! And a fantastic price for such a gourmet coffee.