AROMA & TASTING NOTES
RAISIN, APRICOT, BERGAMOT, CHERRY, TURMERIC, JUNIPER, COCOA, CEDAR, BLACKBERRY, TOASTED ALMOND, ORANGE PEEL, FIG, VANILLA BEAN
Coffee Origin: Hajja Province, Yemen
ROASTMASTER SUGGESTION: RICH MEDIUM ROAST
Buttermilk Glazed Cinnamon Buns, Chai Spiced Banana Bread, Magic Cake, Chickpea Greek Salad, No-Bake Chocolate Oat Bars, Stuffed Apple, Pancetta and Cinnamon Waffles, Tropical Breakfast Parfait, Baked Eggs with Basil Sauce, Curried Peanut Butter Bakes Beans, Applesauce-Oat Muffins, Fava Bean Breakfast Spread, Blueberry Cornmeal Pancakes, Winter Carrot Zucchini Bread, Upside Down Pear Pancakes, Wild Rice Pecan Waffles, Gingerbread House Bark, Unicorn Poke Cake, Apple Cobb Salad, Curried Chicken Wraps, Rosti with Smoked Trout and Lime Sour Cream, Artichoke Pasta Salad, Corned Beef with Cabbage Quiche, Roast Pumpkin, Spinach and Feta Salad with Honey Balsamic Dressing, Cumin-Grilled Sea Scallops, Peanut Butter, Banana & Bacon Sandwich, Brazilian White Rice, Lemon Salmon Burgers, Parmesan Brussel Sprouts, Margarita Grilled Shrimp
All of these rare community lots from Yemen are comprised of coffees from multiple small holder farmers. The farmers harvest and dry their own crops just as they have for centuries. Our friends at Rayyan Mill care deeply about people, Yemen and coffee and are committed to making a positive contribution to all three by focusing on cup quality and serving as a bridge between Yemen and the specialty coffee market.
Rayyan Mill exists because the founders believe Yemen has a unique place in the history of coffee and has a lot to offer both the specialty coffee market and those involved in the growing, processing and exporting of Yemen coffee. The foundational problem with Yemen coffee in recent years is a lack of understanding between the coffee people of Yemen and the specialty coffee market. Rayyan Mill serves as a bridge between these two worlds.
Flag description: Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and black; the band colors derive from the Arab Liberation flag and represent oppression (black), overcome through bloody struggle (red), to be replaced by a bright future (white)
Note: This flag is similar to the flag of Syria, which has two green stars in the white band, and of Iraq, which has an Arabic inscription centered in the white band; also similar to the flag of Egypt, which has a heraldic eagle centered in the white band.