Mohamed Abdullah Al Wadi

Mohamed Abdullah Al Wadi

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Key Details

Processing method
Anaerobic
Varietal
Jadi
Species

Arabica

Original packaging

Vacuum packed

85.0

SCORE

Cup score & notes

Cupper: Sheba

Description

This coffee was processed using Sheba’s Anaerobic fermentation method. The cherries are placed onto raised beds to be partially dried. Next, the cherries are placed into ecotact bags and left to ferment. Once fermented, they are returned to the beds; regularly turned daily, making sure they are dried evenly.

For this lot, think orange marmalade and milk chocolate, with phosphoric acids helping to sustain the cup’s delicate sweetness.

Flavours

Peach

Orange

Milk chocolate

Producer Information

Sourced from the outskirts of the Governorate of Sana’a, Haraz is one of the most celebrated coffee-producing regions in Yemen. Known for its beautiful landscapes, the region is often referred to as ‘the land above the clouds' due to its extraordinary altitudes. Being so separated has helped the people of Haraz to maintain their distinct culture and ancient growing traditions, while other regions have struggled.

At the age of 28, Mohamed Abdullah Al Wadi is regarded as a young farmer. One of the highest in the region, Mohamed's farm is owned by his father, Abdullah. Abdullah helps Mohamed by teaching him how to plant and take care of his coffee.

Sheba Coffee started in 2020 with a mission to build a new legacy for Yemen’s future. By working with a large network of producers, Sheba helps source, process, mill, bag and export coffees directly from origin: to roaster around the world.

Harvest Date

Environment

Altitude

2000 m.a.s.l

Region

Al Tawel, Haraz

Location

Roasting Recommendation

Due to the extraordinarily high altitudes at which Yemeni coffee is grown, the beans produced are often very dense and small in size. This means, when roasting coffee from Yemen, the focus needs to be on a slow and steady development which will give you an exceptionally complex body and a fruity sweetness. Yemeni coffees also benefit from extended rest periods after roasting. Therefore, we suggest leaving this coffee a few extra days before tasting.

Sheba Coffee

Regular price £25.95 /kg
As low as: £25.95
Save: £0.00
Regular price Sale price £129.75 GBP
Sale Sold out
  • Jadi
  • Anaerobic Natural
  • For this lot, think orange marmalade and milk chocolate, with phosphoric acids helping to sustain the cup’s delicate sweetness.

In stock 100kgs

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