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Organic Ethiopian Harrar

Richard Alan Specialty Coffees

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Medium, Organic
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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.

Tips for storing your coffee.

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  • 5
    Organic Ethiopian Harrar

    Posted by Marci on Dec 1st 2022

    Love this coffee. I appreciate the savings with the two pound bag. Still hoping for a minimum free shipping someday.

  • 4
    Organinc Ethiopian Harrar

    Posted by wynchmprf on Mar 31st 2020

    A nice full bodied cup @ 12 g per 6 oz cup. Low acidity and nice finish.

  • 5
    Preferred coffee of Yankee Shortstop

    Posted by Michael Fierman on Jun 15th 2019

    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.

  • 5
    Returning customer

    Posted by Michael Fierman on Apr 21st 2019

    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.