From Yemen where coffee was first commercially cultivated. Its location on the Arabian Peninsula gave the “arabica <coffee> species” its name. As the country has been torn apart by civil war for many years  it is almost a miracle that small farmers at the west coast of Yemen are still able to grow exceptional coffee beans in their community style gardens.

  • Roasted wild yeast coffee beans from Bura’a Yemen, Arabian Peninsula
  • All naturally processed. 
  • Sun-dried on raised beds on rooftops [custom going back to the 15th century]
  • Fermented + matured with Nettare di Bacco, barrel-aged mead from Apicoltura Dr.Pescia, Italy
  • Fermented + matured with freshly picked strawberries from our orchard {June 2020]
  • Days: 6/16/2020 – 9/8/2020:  84 days 
  • Weight Loss: 11.5%
  • Temp: 404.9