Armenian Coffee

(107 customer reviews)

$17.00

Exotic • Rich • Aromatic

The Armenian word for coffee is “soorj” and the way it is made is similar across most Balkan and Mediterranean countries. However, one thing that sets them all apart is the way they are ordered. In Armenia they call it haygagan soorj. In Greece, you order an elliniko. If you were in Lebanon you would say gahwey arabi. 

Regardless of what you call it, we take great pride in making sure the taste is universal. Enjoy.

Important Details

  • This coffee is ground extra fine by default.
  • Requires a special   (link) for preparing.
  • $1 of every bag of Armenian coffee is donated to the Armenian Eye Care Project.

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The word Armenian Coffee is called “haygagan soorj” and the way it is made is similar across most Balkan and Mediterranean countries. However, one thing that sets them all apart is the way they are ordered. In Armenia they call it haygagan soorj. In Greece, you order an elliniko. If you were in Lebanon you would say gahwey arabi. 

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Regardless of what you call it, we take great pride in making sure the taste is universal. Enjoy.

All Armenian coffee orders come in 1lb bags and are ground extra fine.

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Weight 1 lbs
Blend Type

Dark, Half & Half, Light, Decaf

Grind Type

Extra Fine – 1lb

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Definitely not Armenian coffee

    Sharla (verified owner)

    The coffee tasted good, but the grounds are not fine enough to be considered an Armenian coffee.

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    • Karine (verified owner)

      The coffee is very tasty and aromatic but I grind it on my coffee grinder additionally to powder consistency

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      Owner Hrag Kalebjian

      Hi Sharla we appreciate your feedback. Our Armenian coffee is ground in a commercial grinder on a custom, extra fine setting. Our goal is to achieve a fine powder consistency. Your comment is important to us and we will keep it in mind.

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