Ethiopian Harrar is fine, hand-graded coffee with a hint of spice, grown in the Harari Region of Ethiopia.
This coffee is fair trade, and all of our organic coffees are roasted in a separate machine.
Not sure which grind option to choose?
- Drip - a regular grind for everyday coffee brewers. This option will work great for most methods of brewing.
- Fine - best used for Melitta pour or espresso machines.
- Coarse - best used for cold brew or French press coffee makers.
- Whole Bean - keeps your coffee fresh for the longest amount of time. Only choose this option if you have access to a coffee grinder.
How long should this coffee last you? You may be tempted to order more immediately because it tastes so good, but 2 lbs. of coffee can make up to 80 8 oz. cups. Even if you are a regular coffee drinker, a 2 lb. bag can last you weeks! Buying a cup of coffee at your local chain or café can cost you $100 or more per month. There's no need to spend that much. Save money and enjoy a fresher, better cup with Richard Alan.
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A nice full bodied cup @ 12 g per 6 oz cup. Low acidity and nice finish.
My favorite coffee of late. I’ve bought it three times. Great medium bean. Never bitter, smooth cup. Flavorful. Also a much better price than some of the “cachet” brands. And I’ve had them all.
I have several roasters around the country that I really like. I’m always trying new ones I run across, but this is the second time I have gotten this Ethiopian here, so for one I can say that the quality of the coffee and the roast matched the first time, and since consistency is important when settling on a brand you love, I’m sold. This roast is smooth , very flavorful. Not s trace of bitterness. I prefer the smaller bean, so that’s a plus for me. And folks. This is a 2 pound bag for $20. You cannot come close to this level of quality at this price.