Armenian Coffee

(114 customer reviews)

$17.00

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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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114 reviews

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4 reviews with a 4-star rating

  1. Tasty!

    Karineh Carapetian (verified owner)

    My husband and I love the taste of the coffee and the fact that $1.00 from every purchase is donated to Armenian Eye Care Project is fantastic!
    I ordered the medium blend and it is wonderful taste however I wish that it was a bit “thicker”, more full bodied.

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  2. Half & Half

    pnpwiley (verified owner)

    This is our second bag of coffee – the first was over a year ago included in the Tradition; both purchases were the Half & Half. The Armenian Coffee is very smooth and there isn’t a bitter aftertaste. Still trying to achieve the results you see on Henry’s instructional video – clean cup of coffee! Will purchase again.

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  3. First Try Making

    Vee (verified owner)

    I have an Armenian heritage, but did not grow up in the culture. I used the video to try my hand at making Armenian coffee for the first time. It came out pretty good! I will keep practicing to make it perfect.

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    Perocier Steven (verified owner)

    It was good except I ordered whole bean, the coffee arrived ground very fine so I had to give it away

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    • Ara Gregorian (verified owner)

      Armenian coffee is supposed to be bought ground since you can not get the extra fine grind that’s needed with a regular grinder. The preparation is also quite different than regular coffee brewing methods.

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