Organic Ethiopian Harrar Coffee

Organic Ethiopian Harrar Coffee

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Weight 8 oz bag
Grind Whole Bean

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9th Street Coffee's Ethiopian Harrar: Sourced from the Oromia region of Ethiopia, 9th Street’s Ethiopian Harrar reflects the country’s long tradition of bringing the world unique, quality beans. The warm, inviting aroma blends into a clear, full-bodied beverage. Our Ethiopian Harrar offers a wonderfully complex palette of chocolate and berry, with a light floral after-note and bright finish. As with all of our 100% organic coffees from Africa, 9th Street’s Ethiopian Harrar will delight both experienced connoisseurs and those newly initiated into coffees from this continent. Consistent with our commitment to enhancing the lives of local farmers, a portion of proceeds from 9th Street Coffee’s Ethiopian Harrar is invested in the community via our partnership and support of the UNDP Africa program. Experience and enjoy our remarkable Ethiopian Harrar today.

Roast Level: City plus 5
Caffeine Level: Medium - High
Acidity Level: Medium
Varietal: Arabica
Elevation: 4,200 - 5,900 ft above sea level
Region: Oromia Ethiopia
Accreditation: Certified Organic - Fair Trade - Single Origin - Single Ghimbi Plantation - Recycled/Biodegradable Packaging

Bold and robust character with hints of wine soaked berries and dark chocolate

Orders of 5 lbs or more require 2-3 days for processing

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100% Organic & Responsibly Sourced Coffee Beans & Teas are more than just a slogan. We are proud to align ourselves with such environmentally conscious organization such as, The UNDP Africa Project, The Latin American Coffee Growers Cooperative, The Malawi Women's Farming Program and The Royal Indian Tiger Reserve Project. 9th Street's partnership with these and other non-profit groups allows us the unique opportunity to provide a high quality, great tasting unique line of products, but more importantly, it helps enhance the lives of those who work so hard to bring it to us.

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