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World's Best Coffee Beans - The average overall rating of the coffees on the Top 30 list for 2016 is 95.0 out of a possible 100, slightly higher than the 94.8 average in 2015 and 2014 and the 94.4 average in 2013.

World's Best Coffee Beans - One can’t directly compare the price of Top 30 coffees from year to year because the mix of coffees varies too dramatically. That said, the average price of coffees on the 2016 Top 30 list is US $36.61 per pound, which is roughly in line with past years. It is down nearly four US dollars from the US $40.33 average in 2015. It is nearly the same as the average of US $37.98 in 2014 and US $35.00 in 2013. The higher average price in 2015 was largely skewed by the six examples of the rare and expensive Gesha variety on the 2015 list, as opposed to three or four Geshas in other years.

This year’s No. 1 coffee is a Kenya Guama Peaberry roasted by Bird Rock Coffee Roasters in San Diego, California. Cited as “An exuberant expression of the classic Kenya cup … deeply sweet, sumptuous, … laden with berry and spicy floral suggestions,” it earned 97 points (out of a possible 100).

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1.  Mocha Java Coffee

Perhaps the most famous coffee blend, Mocha Java includes Arabian (Yemen) Mocha coffee and Indonesian Java Arabica coffee, two coffees with complementary characteristics. The Yemen Mocha provides a lively intensity and pleasant wildness which complements the clean and bright smoothness of the Java coffee. The traditional blend of Mocha and Java coffee beans creates a complex and yet well-balanced brewed cup.

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See the World’s Best History of Coffee to read about how sailing ships arriving from Java Island arrived in the the great Yemen port of Mocha [Mokha] where the two types of beans became mixed in the wooden hulls of the ships creating the favored blend, a happy accident of history.

2. Ethiopian Harrar Coffee

Spicy, fragrant, and heavy-bodied, Ethiopian Harrar coffee is a wild and exotic dry-processed (natural) Arabica coffee grown in southern Ethiopia at elevations from 4,500 and 6,300 feet above sea level. The dry-processing creates a fruity taste likened to dry, red wine, a power house coffee exhibiting a bold taste that resonates in the cup.

Known for its winey and fruity, floral-toned acidity, Ethiopian Harrar is bright in the cup, even intense with a heady aroma that is rich and pungent, often with notes of blackberries and a lingering finish that may seem slightly fermented with intense notes of jasmine.

Edgy and bold, Ethiopian Harrar displays a complexity of spice tones including cardamom, cinnamon, apricots, blueberry jam, and compote. Some Harrars exhibit tones of very rich, dark chocolate.

3. Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee

World's Best Coffee Beans - Fragrant and spicy, Yirgacheffee coffees are known for their sweet flavor and aroma with a medium to light body. The coffee is wet processed and grown at elevations from 5,800 feet to 6,600 feet above sea level.

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

World's Best Coffee Beans

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