Arabian Coffees

We want to know what's your preference with Arabic coffee; do you prefer flavoured or straight, unflavoured ground coffee?


If you didn't know already some varieties of Arabica coffee are flavoured with spices (such as cardamom or saffron) that compliment the coffee making it especially tasty with sweet Arabic foodlike dates. 


However, other varieties of Arabic coffee are without additional flavourings and simply comprise of differing types of roast ground coffee beans (ranging from raw to deep dark roast). 


If you're unsure of which variety you'd prefer then our advice would of course be to try some. 


For example, if flavour is your thing then take our luxurious Riyadh Blend. It's made to a traditional recipe using a variety of roasted beans and heavily flavoured with cardamom - it's really unique tasting coffee. 


Or, alternatively, if a good solid hit of coffee only flavour is your preference, you must try ourDamascus Blend. It's so rich and tasty, made from differing quantities of expertly roasted beans - a true coffee lovers delight!  

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Written by Sireen Takrouri — March 02, 2012

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Kamariah:

Wow we had not thought of dried reiabprrses if you try that Dylan please let us know how it turns out! Thanks so much for commenting on our inaugural blog post we appreciate you.

April 01 2015 at 08:04 AM

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Coffee is Our Culture

To us ground coffee is more than just a drink; it's a huge part of our Arabic culture. Totally different to other coffees widely drank in the UK, the US and Europe, our Arabic Coffee is traditionally roasted and blended.

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