Yemen Mocha Mattari by Heritage Coffee Company Review | CoffeeReview.com
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  • Heritage Coffee Company

    Juneau, Alaska
  • Yemen Mocha Mattari

Roast: NA Review Date: September 1998
Origin: Yemen Price: NA
 

Blind Assessment: Distinct fruity chocolate tones, cherryish and round, are balanced by a tobaccoey dryness. When the coffee is hot the chocolate-fruit tones are fresh, complex, and thrilling. As the cup cools the tobacco tones intensify and turn slightly (though cleanly) astringent.

Notes: Distinct fruity chocolate tones, cherryish and round, are balanced by a tobaccoey dryness. When the coffee is hot the chocolate-fruit tones are fresh, complex, and thrilling. Yemen is grown in the mountainous region at the southwestern tip of the Arabian peninsula, just across the Red Sea from Africa. It is often called Mocha, after the ruined port through which it was once shipped. It is the world's oldest commercial coffee,

Who Should Drink It: The quintessential romantic's coffee. A good one to try on coffee-doubting friends who assert that all coffees taste the same. Try it in a French press.

AROMA:8
ACIDITY:6
BODY:6
FLAVOR:7
AFTERTASTE:6
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