Another Ethiopian coffee for you to sample. I like the unwashed coffee not just because it’s cheaper, but because I enjoy the taste. The Harrar region lies in the Eastern Highlands of Ethiopia. As one of the main growing regions in Ethiopia, Harrar has a reputation for producing distinctive wild-varietal Arabica. Once picked, the coffee can go through a variety of milling processes. Harrar beans are usually a natural processed coffee or sun-dried or as I like to call it unwashed. It is this process that produces the distinct berry notes Ethiopian coffee is most recognized for. This is a Grade 4 coffee making it the highest grade. Plus, Fair Trade and Organic, a winning combination.
You will receive 90 grams of these roasted beans for £5.00 this will allow you to make between 18 and 36 cups of coffee, depending on cup size. Five grams per cup, the quantity of coffee used will be quite personal so these are guidelines only. This works out at between twenty-seven and thirteen pence per cup. We also sell larger quantities of this coffee at a more ‘economical’ rate, the price per cup will therefore be lower.