Ethiopian Harrar Longberry
Flavor notes: fruity, blueberry, winey with sweet bright acidity, smooth full body
This Ethiopia Harrar Longberry delivers that much sought-after blueberry, fruity cup with a full body and sweet, bright acidity. This is a traditional dry processed Ethiopian Harrar coffee that we characterize as a bit “winey” yet smooth with a delightful lingering finish.
Try it at a medium roast. Drink it as a single origin, or blend it for something unique. Makes a great drip, cold brew, espresso or pour-over.
- Origin: East Africa
- Region: Harrar, Oromia
- Farm: small farm holders
- Variety: Heirloom
- Altitude: 4,921 - 6561 ft ( 1500-2000m)
- Process: Natural
- Grade: 4
Harvest/Shipping: October - December
- Certifications: n/a
- Crop Year: 2023
The birthplace of the coffee plant continues to produce the most ancient and some of the most unique coffees in the world.
The coffee isn't washed during processing giving it a wilder quality than the washed Ethiopians.
Ethiopia Harrar is thought of as one of the finest examples of true coffee, meant to drink straight. It is best when medium roasted, so its natural acidity remains high. You may also find our Ethiopia Harrar Longberry well suited for espresso blends to build sharpness, as its fruity sweetness shows through in milk-based drinks.
Our Ethiopia Harrar Longberry comes from whole, heirloom Ethiopia arabica coffee cherries that are sun dried on raised beds, and carefully tilled by hand to ensure that it is uniformly dried. When observing a sample of dry process coffee, a subtle peppering of color is noticeable—an unmistakable visual characteristic of hue that forms as a result of the drying process. This peppering can become even more noticeable once the coffee has been roasted. The Harrar Region is located in the Eastern Highlands portion of Ethiopia’s Oromia Zone. Geographically Harrar is the eastern-most growing region in the whole country.