Heavy body; berry, earthy, and chocolate aromas; typical moka flavor, marked blueberry; fair to light acidity.
Ethiopian Harrar Longberry (Grade 4)
The Harrar region lies in the Eastern Highlands of Ethiopia. As one of the main growing regions in Ethiopia. Harrar has a reputation for producing distinctive wild-varietal Arabica. Once picked, the coffee can go through a variety of milling processes. Harrar beans are usually natural processed coffees, which produces the distinct berry notes for which it is most recognized. The coffee is labeled as longberry (large), shortberry (smaller), or Mocha (peaberry). Ethiopian Harrar can have a strong dry edge, winy to fruit like acidity, rich aroma, and a heavy body. In the best Harrars one can observe an intense aroma of blueberries or blackberries.