Harrar is one of the world’s oldest and most traditional coffees.
The processing of the beans is seemingly simple. The coffee cherries
are picked and spread in the sun to dry inside the fruit. This way
of processing is commonly referred to as the “natural” or “dry”
process. Good for all brew types. Very exotic when used as a single
Medium intense, complex aroma. Prominent blackberry, blueberry,
and raspberry, but these notes are not overpowering, rather they
are very well balanced.. Becomes very sweet as the cup cools. Medium
It would be very unfortunate to pay a premium price for these beans,
then to dark roast them. Anywhere between City and City ++. If possible,
slow the roast down right before 1st crack and being careful not
to stall the roast, slowly finish the roast over the next three
minutes. If a bean temperature probe is available, drop the beans
at 415 F. Individual roast temperatures will very.