The oldest coffee blend in the world. Dutch traders took the heavy body Indonesian (Java Island) coffee beans up to Yemen (the name of the port is Mokka) and traded it for their bright fruity coffee. Put them together and discovered that together they could make a better mug of coffee than either one could by itself.
Today Mokka-Java is generally made using Sumatra and Ethiopian coffee instead of Java and Yemen because Java and Yemen are both expensive, but the taste profiles are the same, and the end result is fantastic — a dark smooth sweet fruity mug of coffee with a satisfying thick mouthfeel.
Tasting Notes: Thick Body, Sweet fruits, Lingering Aftertaste