Three Waves Of Coffee
From the 1400’s Yemen was responsible for the first wave initiation of coffee brewing and drinking. This original coffee movement then sprung forth a worldwide second wave of coffee exports across the globe between the 1600-1800’s across Europe and Britain. We have today the third wave of coffee which is the specialty coffee movement. This is where Sufi Monks invites you to discover the unique tasting qualities of rare Yemeni coffee.
Empowering Yemeni Farmers
Yemeni Coffee Today
Around the world small brands like Sufi Monks are reviving Yemeni coffee production and consumption once again.
Varieties of high quality Yemeni coffee, which are rare and hard to find, are now being made available to the wider public.The highlight aspect of this resurgence in Yemeni coffee is the improved livelihoods provided through coffee farms which allow farmers and their families to have essentials in life and education for future generations.
Amazing taste, I purchased it as a gift for my husband and he loved it. We came back for more
Tasty and Unique!
easily one of the best coffees in the world. I'm a coffee expert and had my specialty coffee roasting business for years and I say this with confidence.
Sweet cup with lovely hints of fruity notes but not as citrusy or acidic. Has a medium to heavy body and pleasant aftertaste. Balanced in all aspects.
Yemen is the cradle of coffee.When you drink Mokha, you are having this connection with the spectacular history and a culture to be proud of.
I had an amazing experience with the Yemeni Mokha beans! It was my first time trying Yemeni coffee and I truly loved it.
I do v60 pour over at home and I only drink black coffee, so the quality of the beans is something extremely important for me and Sufi Monks has exceeded that by far! I can recommend this 100%
so I'm very picky when I order my coffee. It has to be from a certain provider and has to be roasted properly and it's very hard for me to venture out side of that but I've always wanted to taste so yemani coffee and the provider usually get my coffee from doesn't provide that at the moment. so when Sufi monks came on my feed I thought why not give it a go, why not experiment, the naturally processed coffee of Yemen and the roasting that sufi monks have done to it complement each other quite well. the taste grew on me as I'm more of a light roast fan but the combination that they found was chocolatey, slightly bitter but also that bitterness made me want more so give Sufi monk's a shot they are well worth it
This Yemeni coffee took me thousands of miles to that great land and great people.
May God bless them and give them best life to astonish the world with more and more.
Yemeni coffee is one of the rarest in the market.
Sufimonks delivered exactly what I expected from Yemeni coffee.
High sweetness, medium acidity with full-bodied lingering aftertaste of molasses, dates, and dried tangerine.
This is the best coffee of my life to date. I have a professional machine and only use quality fresh roasted whole bean coffee and I’ve never had a cup with the complexity, flavour profile and intensity as this. Bravo!
Will not regret it. It’s now my go to gift for coffee lover friends.
I ordered the espresso beans and it was just amazing. The crema is so fluffy and tasty ❤️ One of the best coffee beans.
Absolutely love it! Warm or cold
Where I grew up in Holland we had 'sweet wood', pieces of a liquorice kind of tasting wood that you could buy at a candy store and chew and suck on. It was actual wood. This tea/coffee reminds me of that taste which is very nice. I can't wait to get some anais pods and put them in as well as a stick ot cinnamon which I'm already doing. Thank you for this tea and also thank you for the personal packaging and quick responses to emails. Very very nice!! Cheers Patrick
I use the recipe online and let it settle in my cup for 10 min, and the result was fantastic! Smooth and sweet taste. Will order again for sure.