YEMEN | An Exclusive Coffee Tasting
Date(s) - 11/11/2023
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Bellwood Coffee – Riverside
Come experience the highest paid lot in Cup of Excellence history!
Lot #1 from this years CoE Best of Yemen auction was Muhammad Zidan with a price paid of $444 per LB!
When we say heaven meets earth, we truly believe Yemen coffee truly encompasses that. This coffee is not only special, but the price paid has transformed the family of Muhammad Zidan forever. Partnered with Qima Coffee, we are bringing the story of Yemen coffee to Bellwood Coffee.
For $25/cup*, you can participate in this story. You are not only paying more for high quality, but you are helping shift the narrative of coffee farmers around the world, who despite the growth of specialty coffee, continue to experience perpetual poverty with little agency.
*We, nor Bellwood, is making ANY money off this coffee. We want the chance to discuss Yemen coffee, it’s history, and the reality of the coffee industry as a whole.
We partnered with our friends at Bellwood Coffee to bring Atlanta an experience you won’t regret!
In order to minimize too many people all at once, we are asking those planning to attend to snag a ticket based on your preffered hour. Though the event is first come first serve, we will honor those who got tickets ahead of time, as coffee and barista-power is limited! So if you are planning to come, get you a ticket!
About Bellwood Coffee: Bellwood Coffee is a coffee roasting company focused on quality and service. We source top-notch coffees from all around the world and roast them in West Atlanta, where we’ve planted our roots. We continuously strive to positively impact the lives of each of our guests, employees, partners, and coffee producers – day in and day out.
About Mad Priest Coffee: To curious people who are sick of the bland, corporate, heretical coffee experience, Mad Priest Coffee Roasters is the unconventional, creative, sacred coffee choice. While we may be irreverent, we always take our coffee and our mission seriously. Because we are mad about injustice, especially societal inequality…and bad coffee.