Old World Coffee
Old World Coffee
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Old World Coffee

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Old World - featuring coffees from the Eastern hemisphere (most will be from Africa and the Middle East with a few rare varieties from Asia).

You will receive our current selection of an Old World coffee, which varies monthly.

12-oz bag of coffee brews about 20-25 cups, depending on your cup size.

Our coffees are roasted fresh every Monday and shipped on Tuesday.

Your coffee will be roasted on the Monday following your purchase.

 

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Old World Coffee

T
T.M.L.
Craft Coffee with a Family Vibe

I recently ordered Abra's Java coffee and thoroughly enjoyed it! It's a nice little punch on the first sip of some bitter chocolate, then smooths out with some really nice nuanced fruit notes. I eagerly await to try more. Also, I can't speak highly enough of Paula at Abra. She was wonderful to deal with and makes you feel like family. Kudos!

J
J.T.
Very Good

I tried both the old and new world coffees from the November roasting. They were full of flavor, not overroasted, and a joy to drink.

K
K.B.i.H.
My go-to special coffee purveyor!

Their customer service touched my heart and their Rwanda brew touched my soul.

Shipping from FL to HI takes time, yet “all good things to those who wait,” echos in my spirit.

M
M.R.
So good

I ordered a bag of Old World whole coffee. I’m pleasantly surprised by how smooth and pleasant to drink this is to drink. I will order more.

M
M.T.
Beautiful Coffee from the new and old world

I purchased the new world and old world combo pack and it was a great way to try two distinctly different tasting coffees. The Rwanda was light and beautiful while the Honduras had a rich taste in contrast.

O
O.L.
Almost correct in the tasting notes

So initial tastes for me was more like gunpowder and ashes, which explains why they were grown on volcanic soil, but then as it cools down a bit, there were slight sweetness and tea-like texture when I tasted Honduras. Overall, I enjoyed reading the story and learning more about the origin of the farms that the beans were produced. I would like to see maybe a card reference of recipes based on the selection of brewing method I choose, for example, V60 recipe would be nice to have instead of following the 1:15 rule or watching a youtube video because it varies based on the roast of the beans and many other factors.

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J.E.
Great coffee, great shipping time.

The coffee aroma was so great pre-drip, it gave us the feeling it couldn’t be as flavorful after it was brewed. We were wrong. Phenomenal is the word to describe the flavor after being brewed . Coffee lovers will truly appreciate the product Abra is offering. Really good coffee, really good ship times, and really good people. Thanks!

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S.S.
Excellent coffee!

I ordered both the New World and the Old World coffee roasts and they both were awesome! The Old World coffee especially impressed me with its exquisite taste! Great business model, and it will have me coming back to try the next coffee roasts that become available in the future. Definitely would recommend Abra to my friends! Thank you so much and keep up the great work!

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I.M.
New world vs old world

I've always been a fan of natural process vs washed since it focus more on the acidity and body to bring out the fruitiness of the beans and more flavor..dont get me wrong the washed is still a great cup of coffee...its just that it is more of my liking. The rwanda had me blown away with how exquisite the taste of the cup was and the colombia was just as good. I would definitely recommend you guys to friends 👍