Ethiopia Longberry Deep Blue Harrar


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raw green bean Green coffee is raw Roast prior to consumption

The Harrar region lies in Ethiopia's Eastern Highlands. 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 the region is most recognized for. This Harrar Longberry (actually the beans aren't shaped any different from other beans, "longberry" is just the Ethiopian grading term for the largest beans) is deeper and a bit less fruity than the Horse or Special Prep varieties.

Rich and buttery texture with a hint of cloves and dark chocolate on the finish. Medium body with a rich lasting finish. Moderately bright fruit acidity

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Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CountryEthiopia
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • DecaffeinatedNo
  • Altitude (meters)1,500 - 2,120 masl
  • Brightness:5
  • Body:4
  • Aroma:5
  • Complexity:5
  • Balance:4
  • Sweetness:4
  • Spicy:heavy bean
  • Chocolaty:heavy bean
  • Nutty:-
  • Buttery:-
  • Fruity:heavy bean
  • Flowery:heavy bean
  • Winey:-
  • Earthy:-
  • RegionEastern Highlands Oromia, Harar
  • VarietyEthiopia Heirloom cultivars
  • HarvestOctober - February
  • DryingTraditional Harrar Dry (Natural) method, sun dried

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by on July 13, 2021

I have been roasting now for about 2 years, with a Behmor 1600. I usually don't write reviews, but in this case I thought it was prudent, this coffee I found extremely dirty with chaff in cool down mode and it roast's very fast between first and second crack almost inseparable, thus it is easy to over-roast, other than that it is a good cup of coffee. Just thought I'd let fellow roasters know.

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by on July 10, 2021

One taste of this and we went back and ordered 5#. We roast our coffee on the lighter, brighter side, after years of shiny, ham-fisted, over-roasted coffee. This has all the great smell, complex personality traits and that woodsy-woody earthy taste that is very hard to come by! YAY!

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by on April 10, 2021

Toast to just after second crack. Offers a nice aroma and earthy, fruity flavor with wine undertones.

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by on April 9, 2021

Deep, rich, complex, balanced. Earthy, chocolate, fruity and beautiful. Classic Harrar.

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by on February 24, 2021

African coffee is always my truest preference. Although, the flavors in all African coffees are intense, Ethiopian Longberry Deep Blue Harrar does not fail to meet its bold expectations. Personally, I drink my coffee black, no sugar or cream. The flavor of this coffee is about the same of drinking pure cherry tart juice or cranberry, not everyone can tolerate these coffees. I have to say that the coffee is subtle as a stone when I drink it, unlike Latin American coffees that tend to be a little more lighter and uplifting. I have to say that it is not so much the flavor of these coffees that keep me drinking them, but it is that they are raw.

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by on January 27, 2021

It's so wonderful !!! Thank you ❤️

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by on January 20, 2021

Definitely a coffee I will keep in my rotation.

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by on December 29, 2020

I reread my last posted review and can only say... I got a new roaster, wore out the last one, I roast 60% for 6 minutes and 40% for 8 minutes. I roast 630 grams every Saturday morning for my weeks brewing. Quoting from my previous review " It is what I think coffee should taste like. Better than any Columbian bean (IMHO). Harar, hurrah!" I kicked the Starbucks habit and could not be happier in my breakfast drink of choice!

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by on September 14, 2020

My 2nd favorite coffee, first being Queen City Harrar.

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by on May 21, 2020

Roasted this as both a lighter roast (just after first crack) and darker (beginning of second crack) and was disappointed by the flavor. It seems rather bitter with no actual unique characteristics. I wouldn't recommend.

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by on May 18, 2020

Roasted just to the end of the first crack. Very good! I'll order more of this one.

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by on March 21, 2020

Fresh beans, roasted to just before 2nd crack. A nice bright cup of coffee Thanks coffee bean corral for fresh coffee beans

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by on December 12, 2018

Dark Pan Roast this at 430am, and Everyone in the neighborhood wakes up.

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by on September 13, 2018

I like a blend of 60% 15 minute roast and 40% 17 minute roast, I get the soil and plant flavors and the caramelized sugar flavors without sacrificing good mouthfeel. It is what I think coffee should taste like. Better than any Columbian bean (IMHO). Harar, hurrah!

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by on August 22, 2018

After the Yergacheffes this may be my favorite Ethiopian bean. And I love Ethiopian coffees so that is no small praise. Roasted just to the very beginning of 2nd crack, as is my usual practice. Definitely like it better than the queen city Harrar, which is good but not this good.

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by on July 11, 2018

My favorite so far. Seems to benefit from a slighter lighter roast than what I expected. A 10 minute City Roast seems to work well. Maybe the best of the Ethiopians? Nice aroma. Nice finish.

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