Haïlé is a pure Ethiopian mokafrom the Sidamoregion, an exceptional origin!
What is moka coffee?
This is a specific variety of Arabica coffee from Ethiopia. It is certainly one of the oldest known coffee varieties. It was named after the port of Mokain Yemen from where Ethiopian coffees were exported.
Moka coffee is prized for its complex and unique aromatic notes.
The term moka is also often used to refer to a coffee pot, a preparation made from coffee, milk and chocolate or a cake.
What is the difference between coffee and moka?
None, so moka coffee is simply a specific variety of Arabica coffee from Ethiopia! But if we talk about the drink, also called mocaccino, it is made with coffee, chocolate and milk. It is a typical Italian recipe.
What is the best moka coffee?
Moka coffee is a very important partof the Ethiopian economy, with over 400,000 hectares under cultivation in the country. In Ethiopia, coffee is grown at high altitude. It is on the high plateaus, between 1500 and 2200 metres, that the plantations that grow in the shade of the large trees are cultivated.
Ethiopian crops are mainly concentrated in four regions of the country:
Although we are talking about the Moka variety, depending on the region and terroir in which the beans were produced, they will have differentaromatic notes.
The Sidamo moka is sought after for its subtlety and unique aromatic notes of flowers, while the Harrar mokais distinguished by its body and powerful notes.
The cradle of coffee, Ethiopia is famous worldwide for the aromatic palette of its moka beans!